AE: kick out
In an ads of a grocery store, it say: kick out the flavor of xxx cheese.
Does the kick out here mean try or taste?
Re: AE: kick out
kick out means, get rid of, do away with.
Originally Posted by zli79
kick out the flavor of xxx cheese means to get rid of the flavor, which doesn't make a great deal of sense to me--remember I haven't seen or tasted the product.
It sounds a lot like Japanese-English. Is it? :)
kick X up means to add to the dish, especially spice.
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