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kick balls

verb

  • to be very good
    This game kicks balls!

    Last edited on Feb 13 2006. Submitted by Robbie G. from Stroud, Hampshire, UK on Feb 13 2006.

  • to be victorious. Literally: to kick the balls (testicles).
    I'm gonna kick your balls!

    Last edited on Jun 03 2010. Submitted by Robbie G. from Stroud, Hampshire, UK on Feb 13 2006.

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kick butt

  • to excel.
    My new pool cue kicks butt.

    Last edited on Jan 15 2009. Submitted by Johannes on Jan 15 2009.

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kick down

  • Give me, usually used when someone is withholding something.
    Hey dude, Kick down with some more food.

    Last edited on Mar 26 1998. Submitted by Charles P. from San Diego, CA, USA on Mar 26 1998.

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kicked

  • Unattractive, undesirable.
    That chick was pretty kicked.

    Last edited on Jan 13 1999. Submitted by Mike H. from Seattle, WA, USA on Jan 13 1999.

  • empty, done, nothing left usually used in reference to bongs or bowls. Probably originated from the tapping of the bowl against one's shoe to clean it out at the cessation of smoking. Syn. Cashed, Killed, Broke.
    This bowl is kicked.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Glenn G. from Stony Brook, NY, USA on Feb 11 2002.

adjective

  • empty.
    That keg is kicked.
    Bartender: Is a Bud Light draft okay? The Miller Lite is kicked...

    Last edited on Feb 05 2019. Submitted by jimmy from Vermont, USA on Aug 18 2002.

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kick flavor

  • to do a good job.
    The jazz artist will kick flavor at the upcoming festival.
    She really kicked some serious flavor with that paper she wrote on Buddhism.

    Last edited on Oct 11 2001. Submitted by Robert B. from Dalton, GA, USA on Oct 11 2001.

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kick in

verb

  • to begin taking effect.
    I think that Advil is finally starting to kick in.

    Last edited on Mar 15 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 31 2009.

  • to contribute.
    Can you kick in a few dollars for dinner?
    • See more words with the same meaning: to give.

    Last edited on Mar 15 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Oct 03 2009.

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