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kick aroundphrasal verb
- 1(usually used in the progressive tenses) to be lying somewhere not being used There's a pen kicking around on my desk somewhere.
- 2to go from one place to another with no particular purpose They spent the summer kicking around Europe.
to treat someone in a rough or unfair way She'd had enough of being kicked around by her boss.jump to other results
kick somebody around(informal)
to discuss an idea, a plan, etc. in an informal way We'll kick some ideas around and make a decision tomorrow.jump to other results