To be enthusiast of something, to extremely enjoy something


  • In this idiom "kick" symbolizes an excitement in which you do not strike anything with your foot.

John gets a kick out of cricket, he loves it a lot.

Submitted on February 25, 2019


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Holen Sie sich einen Kick aus etwas

sacar una patada de algo

از چیزی بیرون بزن

obtenir un coup de pied de quelque chose


무언가를 쫓아 내다

کسی چیز سے لات نکالنا

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