kick back kick back


  1. (v) pay a kickback; make an illegal payment
  2. (v) spring back, as from a forceful thrust



  1. These kid-centric-phone makers insist their devices are not intended for tots who want to kick back in the sandbox, chatting with friends.
  2. Until then, we're content to kick back and read about Those Amazing Leeches and marvel at the fact that such a book exists in the first place.
  3. Yet, after 25 years as guitarist and front man for the band New Order, Sumner is entitled to kick back.


  1. Beachstock brings thousands to Margate -

    Sun, sand, and sunscreen, all three were in abundance Saturday in Margate as people from both near and far flooded the margate beaches for the annual Beachstock beach party. Granting locals the opportunity to kick back, and take in some sun.
    on June 30, 2013     Source: NBC40 South Jersey

  2. Phillips Hardware Social Night at the Albany Dutchmen

    Phillips Hardware is sponsoring a Social Night at the Albany Dutchmen on July 12th at 6pm at the Bellizzi Stadium. This is a great night to come out and mingle with other local business people and Chamber Members or just kick back with your family & friends. We will be raffling off over $500 of merchandise including a "Room Full of Paint", 12ft Hexagonal Gazebo, Carhartt Gift Certificates and ...
    on June 29, 2013     Source: WPXI Pittsburgh

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/ˈtæn dʒə bəl /