kick someone’s ass

kick someone’s ass
kick someone’s ass (or butt)
vulgar slang beat, dominate, or defeat someone

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  • kick ass — phrasal : to kick butt often considered vulgar * * * I kick (some) ass (or kick someone s ass) see kick I II kick (some) ass (or butt) vulgar slang act in a forceful or aggressive manner * * * kick ass …   Useful english dictionary

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