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kick out

  

      vb   tr., adv  
Informal   to eject or dismiss  
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kick out

  
  
discharge, dismiss, eject, evict, expel, get rid of, give (someone) their marching orders, give the boot     (slang)   give the bum's rush     (slang)   give the push, kiss off     (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   oust, reject, remove, sack     (informal)   show one the door, throw out on one's ear     (informal)   toss out  

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v.
die ; kick the bucket ; bite the dust ; push up the daisies
[US];[Fam.];[Fig.] Ex.: They intended to buy a lovely house in North California but unfortunately they bought the farm in a plane crash last summer.
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