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Kicked The Bucket

Kicked The Bucket - INFORMAL someone died; pasted away

  • Our teacher kicked the bucket last night.
  • I hope you do not kick the bucket soon, because I am going to miss you.
  • Did you hear that Sue's father kicked the bucket?
  • Did the old man next door kick the bucket. I heard he was very sick?
  • I hope my father does not kick the bucket soon. He is very sick.

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