kick out

kick out
kick out vb echar
v + o + adv (+ prep + o) echar

he got kicked out of the bar — lo echaron or lo sacaron del bar a patadas (fam)

VI + ADV [person] dar patadas (at a); [animal] dar coces (at a)

to kick out against — see kick against

VT + ADV * echar a patadas *; (fig) (from job, home) echar, poner de patitas en la calle *
* * *
v + o + adv (+ prep + o) echar

he got kicked out of the bar — lo echaron or lo sacaron del bar a patadas (fam)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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