|kick a habit
||stop a habit, shake a habit
||A person needs discipline to kick a habit like drinking.
|kick ass [B]
||scold, lecture, give you hell
||The coach will kick ass if we don't go to practice.
||proves it is best, shows superior quality, kick some ass
||This cd kicks ass, man! Even Jimmy would say it rocks!
|kick at the cat
||a turn, a try, have a go
||It's your kick at the cat. See if you can solve the puzzle.
||relax, sit back and put your feet up
||I'm going to kick back on the deck for a couple of hours.
||defeat badly, blow them away
||The Cougars beat us last week. Let's kick their butt tonight!
||be angry at myself, regret my choice
||I could kick myself for selling that car. I wish I hadn't sold it.
|kick some ass
||win, beat the other team, show them who is the best
||The captain of our team said, "Let's go out there and kick some ass!"
||use battery cables to start a car, jump start
||The battery was dead so we got a tow truck to kick start our car.
|kick the bucket
||die, buy the farm, pass away
||Charlie finally kicked the bucket. He had cancer, you know.