kick around (2)INFORMAL
This page is about the phrasal verb kick around (2).
Meaning: to treat someone badlySynonym: mistreat
- be kicked around by sb/sth During the recession, lots of people felt as if they'd been kicked around by banks, insurance companies and politicians.
- kick sb around Any government that thinks it can kick people around will have problems in the future.
If workers feel like they're being kicked around, they think they're being
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Contributor: Matt Errey