kick in the ass

kick in the ass
defeat, act of humiliation

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • kick in the ass — Go to kick in the (seat of the) pants …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • better than a kick in the ass — [B] better than punishment, not as bad as it could be, don t knock it    When I told him we had won $10 in the Lotto, he said, It s better than a kick in the ass …   English idioms

  • kick in the ass — n. something that motivates or gets somebody to do something …   English slang

  • kick someone's ass — kick (someone s) ass mainly American, very informal! to punish someone or to defeat someone with a lot of force. The General saw the conflict as a chance for the Marines to go in and kick ass. We want to go into the game and kick some ass …   New idioms dictionary

  • kick in the (seat of the) pants — AND kick in the ass; kick in the butt; kick in the teeth; kick in the rear n. a strong message of encouragement or a demand. (Use ass and butt with discretion.) □ All he needs is a kick in the seat of the pants to get him going. □ A kick in the… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • kick up the arse — noun A severe reprimand, especially one to motivate someone into doing something. Syn: kick up the ass, kick up the backside, kick up the bottom, kick up the bum, kick up the butt …   Wiktionary

  • kick\ it\ in\ the\ ass — Hurry up, move faster. Nicky: Ok, I m almost finished writing my paper. Lauryn: Kick it in the ass so we can go eat! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • kick\ it\ in\ the\ ass — Hurry up, move faster. Nicky: Ok, I m almost finished writing my paper. Lauryn: Kick it in the ass so we can go eat! …   Dictionary of american slang

  • kick in the arse/ass/balls/bollocks — Noun. Bad luck, an unfortunate setback. E.g. He had his passport and money stolen when he was at the market, which was a kick in the bollocks, especially as I had to then pay for everything for the rest of the holiday …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • kick some arse/ass — Vrb phrs. 1. To beat up someone. 2. To put all one s effort into winning. E.g. OK lads, let s get out on the pitch and kick some ass …   English slang and colloquialisms

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