kick someone out


kick someone out
informal
Syn:
expel, eject, throw out, oust, evict, get rid of, dismiss, discharge; informal chuck out, send packing, boot out, sack, fire

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  • kick someone out of — kick (someone) out (of (somewhere)) to tell someone to leave a place. They kicked us out of the gym because it was needed for a basketball game. When the principal caught Lisa smoking in the bathroom, she was kicked out. Usage notes: usually… …   New idioms dictionary

  • kick (someone) out — (of (somewhere)) to tell someone to leave a place. They kicked us out of the gym because it was needed for a basketball game. When the principal caught Lisa smoking in the bathroom, she was kicked out. Usage notes: usually someone is kicked out… …   New idioms dictionary

  • kick someone out — (informal) EXPEL, eject, throw out, oust, evict, get rid of, axe; dismiss, discharge; informal chuck out, send packing, boot out, give someone their marching orders, sack, fire; Brit. informal turf out; N. Amer …   Useful english dictionary

  • kick someone out — informal most of us were given one week suspensions from school, but Andy and Olivia were actually kicked out Syn: expel, eject, banish, exile, throw out, oust, evict, get rid of, ax; dismiss, discharge; informal chuck (out), send packing, boot… …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • kick someone out — informal expel or dismiss someone. → put the kibosh on …   English new terms dictionary

  • kick someone out of somewhere — kick (someone) out (of (somewhere)) to tell someone to leave a place. They kicked us out of the gym because it was needed for a basketball game. When the principal caught Lisa smoking in the bathroom, she was kicked out. Usage notes: usually… …   New idioms dictionary

  • kick sb out — UK US kick sb out Phrasal Verb with kick({{}}/kɪk/ verb [T] INFORMAL ► HR to force someone to leave their job or a place: »The CEO was kicked out for mishandling company funds. kick sb out of sth »I m not in favor of somebody with ten years… …   Financial and business terms

  • ˌkick sb ˈout — phrasal verb informal to force someone to leave a place or organization Sonia s been kicked out of her house.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • kick someone's butt — kick (someone s) butt American & Australian, very informal! to punish someone or to defeat someone with a lot of force. The officer told his men to move in on the protestors and kick butt show them who s boss! We went out with the gang to kick… …   New idioms dictionary

  • kick someone around — kick something around, informal 1) I m tired of getting kicked around Syn: abuse, mistreat, maltreat, push around, trample on, take for granted; informal boss around, walk all over 2) they began to kick around some ideas Syn: discus …   Thesaurus of popular words