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    #1

    real kick out of it

    Hi,

    Do you knpow the meaning of this idiom below?

    real kick out of it

    thanks

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    #2

    Re: real kick out of it

    According to my Oxford Idioms Dictionary, which is sitting usefully on my lap right now

    get a kick from/out of sth
    (informal) - get a feeling of excitement, enjoyment, etc. out of sth: She got a real kick from seeing her photo in the newspaper.

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