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Slang

kick | kicks

This page is about the slang term kick | kicks

Meaning

excitement, fun

For example

  • Sarah says she gets a kick out of trying new things like rafting and skydiving.

  • Keith is in his sixties, but he still does the same things he's always done for kicks, like seeing rock bands and dancing around like a teenager.

Note:
usually used in the phrases "get a kick out of something" or "do something for kicks"

Quick Quiz

My grandmother loves gardening and she gets a kick out of

a. bothering my grandfather

b. growing her own vegetables

c. cultivating her weeds

Slang of the Day

Contributor: Matt Errey