How to Conjugate Kick Out
- Infinitive: Kick Out
- Present Tense: Kick Out/ Kicks Out
- -ing Form: Kicking Out
- Past Tense: Kicked Out
- Past Participle: Kicked Out
Definitions of Kick Out:
1. To force someone to leave an organization or place.
Examples: Rico was being really rude to the sales clerk, so the manager kicked him out of the store.
No one is going to kick you out, so stop worrying.
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