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    What does 'kick in the door' mean?

    What does 'kick in the door' mean?

    is this a slang expression?

    and I have another question.

    "I got it full control" means "I could control it fully'?

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    Re: What does 'kick in the door' mean?

    Unless context indicates otherwise, I have to believe that "Kick in the door" is meant literally.

    As for the other one, it is, I think, "I have it under control" or "I have it fully under control" and that is also meant literally.


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