thank you very much for you explanation, but what's the difference among all these expressions?
1) to kick off the covers
2) to take away/off the covers
3) to get rid of the covers
4) to remove the covers
You have said that they all mean the same thing, but can I use them in the same context? Or it depends on who I am talking to and if the style is formal or informal?
Thanks very much in advance for your answer.
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