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    have an effec or come into operation

    " I could feel the painkillers kick in."

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    "When you get a promotion other benefits will kick in." It is correct?

    Could you give another context?
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    Re: have an effec or come into operation

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    " I could feel the painkillers kick in."

    OR

    "When you get a promotion other benefits will kick in."Is it correct?

    Could you give another context?
    Yes, "to kick in" is widely used in that sort of context, colloquially.

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