Phrasal Verb: Kick in

Phrasal Verb: Kick in


Meaning: When a drug starts to take effect

Example: Her hayfever didn't feel half as bad once the antihistamines had KICKED IN.

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Phrasal Verb: Kick in


Meaning: Break something with your feet

Example: They KICKED his head IN.

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Phrasal Verb: Kick in


Meaning: Contribute money

Example: Iíll KICK IN for some of the beer if you will buy the pizza.

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Phrasal Verb: Kick in


Meaning: Start having an effect

Example: The budget cuts are starting to KICK IN and people are struggling.

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