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kick-it

noun; slang; zero derivation
A hang out, a very informal party.
 
Kick-it is not a commonly used phrase everywhere, and it seems that if someone uses it as a verb people may be confused because the verb form of the word is much more common. A kick-it is used by people when talking about a relaxed gathering of people who just want to hang out. The noun has the essential meaning of the verb, but that meaning is applied to an actual event.
Etymology : zero derivation of the verb kick it, which means to relax
Source : "I'm having a kick-it tonight at my house. It's only going to be a few people; let me know if you want to come." - a facebook event invitation
Last modified: 2 December 2011


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