This page is about the phrasal verb kick against
Meaning: to show anger or opposition to something, especially if you're powerless to change it
- kick against sth/sb If young people stop kicking against the system and demanding change, we'll all be in trouble.
- kick against sth/sb When your kids start kicking against your authority, try to remember what it was like when you did the same.
also "kick out against"
Young artists were kicking against the traditional gallery system because they
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Contributor: Matt Errey