Get A Kick Out Of – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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GET A KICK OUT OF
When you get a kick out of someone or something, you really enjoy that person or thing. You can use this idiom for both people and things.

  • I really get a kick out of Mr. Bean. He’s so funny!
  • We got a big kick out of watching Friends on TV.
  • I get a kick out of my friend Ed. He’s so funny!

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