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    Hello
    kicked off your shoes, meaning

    Thank

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    Re: Question

    Quote Originally Posted by hbecquer View Post
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    kicked off your shoes, meaning

    Thank
    It literally means to kick of your shoes. It is a way of saying "to get comfortable".

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    Re: Question

    Welcome to the forums.

    I'm not aware of this phrase as an idiom. It sounds literal.

    Please note that future posts should have titles that tell us what you question is. "Question" is not an appropriate title. "Kicked off your shoes" would be a good title.
    Also please note that capital letters are an important part of proper English.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Re: Question

    Quote Originally Posted by hbecquer View Post
    Hello.

    What is the meaning of "kicked off your shoes​"? meaning

    Thanks.
    Please note my amendments to your post.

    Rover

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