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    What is the meaning of (( Kick up one's heels))

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    Re: idiom

    Kick up your heels (USA) If you kick up your heels, you go to parties or celebrate something.
    Kick your heels (UK) If you have to kick your heels, you are forced to wait for the result or outcome of something.

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