Phrasal verbs with 'kick'

1. If you KICK someone OUT, you force them to leave a place or organization.


His wife kicked him out.

She was kicked out of the squad.


2. If you KICK ideas AROUND, you talk about them informally in a group.


We need to get everyone together and kick a few ideas around.

The project sounds interesting, but let’s kick it around to see what the others think.



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