Idiom: Kick a habit
Meaning: If you kick a habit, you stop doing it.Country: International English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Kick in the teeth
- Kick up your heels
- Kick the ballistics
- Kick your heels
- Better than a kick in the teeth
- Don't stop and kick at every dog that barks at you
- Kick the can down the road
- Kick up a stink
- Kick someone to the curb
- Kick the bucket
- Kick something into the long grass
- Kick away the ladder
- Kick over the traces
- Kick into gear
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