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Kickin' it

slang verb
To relax and/or hangout with others.
 
Used to describe an informal get together with a small number of people.
Etymology : Many people are familiar with the phrase “just kick back and relax.” It comes from the idea of putting your feet up when your sit down, thus “kicking back.” Relax-> Kick back -> Kickin’ it
Source : Conversation with my friend from my hometown (San Jose): “What are you up to?” “Nothing. Me and Kevin are just at my house kickin’ it.” [November 25, 2013]
Last modified: 12 December 2013


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