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Phrasal Verb

Kick Back

Kick Back – to relax; to rest; chill out; to put your feet up and relax

  • When I get home, I just want to kick back and put my feet up.
  • Dad likes to kick back after work.
  • I am so tired after my working all day. I just want to kick back and rest.
  • Do you want to kick back on the beach this weekend?
  • We are going on vacation to kick back for a few days.
  • My father likes to kick back and watch sports on T.V. on the weekend.
  • We like to kick back by the pool during the summer.
  • Where do you like to kick back and relax?

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