kick back : Idioms in English

kick back

To relax
Usage:
After a hard day at work, Evan likes to kick back with a bottle of beer.

kick back Meaning(s)

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

kick back in News

  1. POPSUGAR Special Edition Must Have Summer For Him - Revealed!

    Summer means barbecues with friends, long outdoor excursions, and extended brunches - with appropriate beverages - in the sun. We have everything you need to kick back, look sharp, and impress party guests. Enjoy Summer! Like what you see? There's still time to order the POPSUGAR Special Edition Must Have Summer For Him box , so find out more and join our monthly subscription, too! View ...
    on June 15, 2013 Source: PopSugar

  2. Music to your ears: Whitewater Ramble performs at Whittle the Wood

    As the day’s activities came to a close Friday afternoon at Loudy-Simpson Park, the carvers of Whittle the Wood and the people watching them craft works of art from old trees needed the chance to kick back, relax and enjoy some tunes. Carvers and spectators alike got just the serenade they needed as Whitewater Ramble took the stage. The Fort Collins-based band quickly filled the air
    on June 15, 2013 Source: Craig Daily Press

  3. iPad Apps of the Week: Slooh, Filedrop, and More

    You've finally reached the end of the week, and what better way to relax than to kick back, pull out your iPad, and fiddle around with some of the best apps we've stumbled upon this week? Read more...        
    on June 15, 2013 Source: Gizmodo

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