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English definition of “kick”

kick

noun (STRONG FEELING)    /kɪk/
C2 [C] a strong feeling of excitement and pleasure : I get a real kick out of winning a race . He decided to steal something from the shop , just for kicks (= because he thought it would be exciting ).Excitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm [C usually singular] informal the strong effect of an alcoholic drink : Watch out for the fruit punch , it's got a real kick.Alcohol - general words
(Definition of kick noun (STRONG FEELING) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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