KICK EXPRESSIONS-1: meaning and examples
Hello again everyone.
As I mentioned yesterday, this week we will look at some common English expressions that use the word kick in them.
Today's first expression is: to kick the habit
Meaning: to stop doing something that is harmful, and which you have been doing for a long time (such as using drugs or alcohol).
He had been smoking for 30 years, and then he kicked the habit. I am very happy for him!
I'm sure that if she could kick her drug habit, she would stay out of prison.
Today's second expression is: to kick back (especially in US English) informal
Meaning: to relax
Please just kick back and enjoy the flight.
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