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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.

'From birth to death the world kick' has been given an important part in expressing human experience. The proud of a happy mother feels the first sense of life kicking inside her womb. And that same life many years later comes to its end in a widely used expression 'to kick the bucket' meaning to die.

The expression 'to kick the bucket' is almost two hundred years old. One belief is that it started when an English nobleman committed suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pill or a bucket. He put a rope around his neck, and tight it to a b... on the ceiling, and then kicked the bucket away from under him. After a while, to die in anyway was called 'kicking a bucket'.

Another old expression that comes form England is 'to kick over the tresis…' meaning to resist the commands of one's parents or to oppose a reject assort. Tresis… were the chains that held a horse or a mule to a wagon or a plow. Sometimes, an animal rebelled pad... taken over the tresis...

The word 'kick' sometimes is used to describe a complaint or some kind of dissatisfaction. Workers for example kick about long hours and low pay. There are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of their job. This kick back is ... So there is another kind of ‘kick back’ - a secret payment made by a supplier to an official who buy supplies for a government or a company.

'Kick around' is a phrase that is heard often in American English. A person who is ‘kick around’ is someone who is treated badly. Usually he's really been kicked by somebody's foot. He's just not been treated with the respect that all of us want. A person who has kicked around for most of his life is someone who has spent his life moving form place to place. In this case, kicking around means moving often from one place to another.

'Kick around' has a third meaning when you use it with the word idea. When you kick around in an idea, you are giving that idea some thought. There is no physical action when you kick a person upstairs, although the pain can be as strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important but really is not.

Still another meaning of the word kick is to free oneself of a bad habit, such as smoking a cigarette. Health campaigns urge smokers to kick the habit.

This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by M.C. M.J. was their narrator. I'm S.G.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.

From birth to death the word "kick" has been given an important part in expressing human experience. The proud and happy mother feels the first sights of life, kicking inside her /. And that's same life, many years later, comes to its end in a widely used expression to kick the barket, meaning to die.

The expression to kick the barket is almost two hundred years old. One believe is that is started when an English / committed suicide by hanging in self while standing on a pell or a barket. He put a rope about his neck, and tied to a / ceiling, and then kicked the barket away from under him. After a while, to die in anyway was called kicking the barket.

Another old expression that comes from England is to kick over the /. Meaning to ressist commands of one's parents, or to oppose a reject authority. / were the changes that held a horse or / to a / or a proud. Sometimes an animal rebelled and kicked over the /.

The word kick simetimes is used to describe a complaint or some kind of dissatisfaction. Workers, for example, kick about long hours and low pay. There are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part og their job, this kick back is illegal, so is another kind of kick back--a secret payment made by supplier to an official who buy supplies for a government or a company.

Kick around is afraids that is heard often in American English. A person who is kicked around is someone who is treated badly. Usually is not really being kicked by somebody's foot. He is just not being treated with the respect that all of us want.

A person who has kicked around for almost of his life is someone who is / his life moving from place to place. In this case, kicking around means moving often from one place to another.

Kick around has a third meaning when you use it with the word "idea". When you kick around an idea, you are giving that idea some thought. There is no physical action when you kick a person upstairs although the pain can be as strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important but really is not.

Still another meaning of the word "kick" is to free oneself of a bad habit. Such as smoking cigarettes. Health campaigns urge smokes to kick the habit.

This VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories was written by Marilin Christianal. Mori Stroys was /, I'm S/.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.

'From birth to death the word 'kick' has been given an important part in expressing human experience. The proud and happy mother feels the first sense of life kicking inside her womb. And that same life many years later comes to its end in a widely used expression 'to kick the bucket' meaning to die.

The expression 'to kick the bucket' is almost two hundred years old. One belief is that it started when an English nobleman committed suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pill or a bucket. He put a rope around his neck, and tight it to a beam in ceiling, and then kicked the bucket away from under him. After a while, to die in anyway was called 'kicking the bucket'.

Another old expression that comes from England is 'to kick over the tresis…', meaning to resist the commands of one's parents or to oppose a reject authority. Tresis… were the chains that held a horse or a mule to a wagon or a plow. Sometimes, an animal rebelled and kicked over the tresis...

The word 'kick' sometimes is used to describe a complaint or some kind of dissatisfaction. Workers for example kick about long hours and low pay. There are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of their job. This kick back is illegal, so /there/ is another kind of ‘kick back’ - a secret payment made by a supplier to an official who buy supplies for a government or a company.

'Kick around' is a phrase that is heard often in American English. A person who is 'kicked around' is someone who is treated badly. Usually he is not really being kicked by somebody's foot. He is just not being treated with the respect that all of us want. A person who has kicked around for most of his life is someone who has spent his life moving from place to place. In this case, kicking around means moving often from one place to another.

'Kick around' has a third meaning when you use it with the word idea. When you kick around /in/ an idea, you are giving that idea some thought. There is no physical action when you kick a person upstairs, although the pain can be as strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important but really is not.

Still another meaning of the word kick is to free oneself of a bad habit, such as smoking /a/ cigarettes. Health campaigns urge smokers to kick the habit.

This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by M.C. M.J. was their narrator. I'm S.G.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.

'From birth to death the world kick' has been given an important part in expressing human experience. The proud and /a/ happy mother feels the first signs of life kicking inside her womb. And that same life many years later comes to its end in a widely used expression 'to kick the bucket' meaning to die.

The expression 'to kick the bucket' is almost two hundred years old. One believe is that it started when an English nobleman committed suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pill or a bucket. He put a rope around his neck, and tight it to a beam on the ceiling, and then kicked the bucket away from under him. After a while, to die in anyway was called 'kicking a bucket'.

Another old expression that comes from England is 'to kick over the traces meaning to resist the commands of one's parents or to oppose a reject authority. traces' were the chains that held a horse or /a/ mule to a wagon or /a/ plow. Sometimes, an animal rebelled * kick over the traces ...

The word 'kick' sometimes is used to describe a complaint or some kind of dissatisfaction. Workers ,for example ,kick about long hours and low pay. There are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of their job. This kick back is illegal So /there/ is another kind of ‘kick back’ - a secret payment made by a supplier to an official who buy supplies for a government or a company.

'Kick around' is a phrase that is heard often in American English. A person who is ‘kick around’ is someone who is treated badly. Usually he is not really been kicked by somebody's foot. He's just not been treated with the respect that all of us want. A person who has kicked around for most of his life is someone who has spent his life moving from place to place. In this case, kicking around means moving often from one place to another.

'Kick around' has a third meaning when you use it with the word idea. When you kick around in an idea, you are giving that idea some thought. There is no physical action when you kick a person upstairs, although the pain can be as strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important but really is not.

Still another meaning of the word kick is to free oneself of a bad habit, such as smoking /a/ cigarette. Health campaigns urge smokers to kick the habit.

This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by M.C. M.J. was a narrator. I'm S.G.

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Now the VOA Special English Program Words & Their Stories.

From birth to death, the word "kick" has been given an important part in expressing human experience. The proud and happy mother feels the first sense of live, kicking inside her womb. And that's same life, many years later comes to its end in a widely used expression "to kick the bucket" meaning to die.

The expression "to kick the bucket" is almost 200 years old. One believe is that it's started when an English stableman committed suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pail or a bucket. He put a rope around his neck and tied it to a beam ceiling and then kicked the bucket away from under him. After a while, to die in any way was called kicking a bucket.

Another old expression that comes from England is "to kick over the traces", meaning to resist commands of one's parents or to oppose or reject authority. Traces were the trace that held a horse or mule to a wagon or prowl. Sometimes an animal rebelled and kicked over the traces.

The word "kick" sometime is used to describe a complaint or some kind of dissatisfaction. Workers for example, kick about long hours and low pay. There are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of their job. This kick back is illegal. So is another kind of kick back, a secret payment made by a supplier to an official who buy supplies for government or company.

"Kick around" is a phrase that is heard often in American English. A person who is kicked around is someone who is treated badly, usually he is not really being kicked by somebody's foot. He is just not being treated with the respect that all of us want. A person who has kicked around for almost his life is someone who has spent his life moving from place to place. In this case, kicking around means moving often from one place to another.

"Kick around" has a third meaning when you use it with the word idea. When you kicked around an idea, you are giving that idea some thought. There is no physical action when you kick a person upstairs although the pain can be a strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important, but really is not.

Still, another meaning of the word "kick" is to free oneself of a bad habit, such as smoking cigarettes. Health campaigns urge smokers to kick the habit.

This VOA Special English Program Word & Their Stories was written by Marilyn Christiano. Maurice Joyce was the narrator. I'm Shirley Griffith.
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Now, the VOA Special English program, Words And Their stories.

From birth to death, the word kick has been given an important part in the expression human experience. The proud of happy mother fills the first signs of life, kicking inside her w/. And that since life, many years later, comes to end in a widely used expression "to kick the bucket", meaning to die.

Expression "to kick the bucket" is almost two hundreds years old. One belief is that it started where an English disable man committed suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pale on bucket. He put a rope around his neck and tied to a beamed / and then kicked the bucket way from under him. After a while, to die in any way was called "kicking the bucket".

Another old expression comes from England is "to kick over the traces" meaning to resist a command of one's parents or to oppose on reject authority. Traces, were the changes that held on horse, on mule to a wagon or /. Sometimes an animal rebelled and kicked over the traces.

The word "kick" sometimes is used to describe complaint or some kind of dis/ faction. Workers, for example, kick about long hours and no pay, there are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of their job. This "kick back" is illegal. So is another kind of "kick back", a secret payment made by supplier to an official who buy supplies for a government or company.

"Kick around" is the phrase that is heard often in American English. A person who is "kick around" is someone who is treated badly. Usually, is not really being kicked by somebody's foot. He is just not being treated with the respect that all of us want.

A person who asks "kick around" for almost his life is someone who is spent his life moving from place to place. In this case, "kicking around" means moving often from one place to another. "Kick around" has the third meaning when you use it with the word idea. When you kick around an idea, you are giving that idea some thought. There is no physical action when you kick a person upstairs, although the paying can be a strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important but really is not.

Still another meaning of the word "kick" is to free oneself of a bad ha/. Such as smoking cigarettes, health campaigns urge smokers to kick the habit.

This VOA Special English program, Words And Their Stories, was written by Marilin Chiristiano. Moris Jois was the narrator. I'm Sheily Garefid.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.

From birth to death the word 'kick' has been given an important part in expressing human experience. The proud and happy mother feels the first signs of life kicking inside her womb. And that same life, many years later, comes to its end in a widely used expression 'to kick the bucket' meaning to die.

The expression 'to kick the bucket' is almost two hundred years old. One belief is that it started when an English stableman committed suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pail or /a/ bucket. He put a rope around his neck, and tied it to a beam in the ceiling, and then kicked the bucket away from under him. After a while, to die in anyway was called 'kicking the bucket'.

Another old expression that comes from England is 'to kick over the traces', meaning to resist the commands of one's parents or to oppose or reject authority. Traces were the chains that held a horse or a mule to a wagon or a plow. Sometimes, an animal rebelled and kicked over the traces.

The word 'kick' sometimes is used to describe a complaint or some kind of dissatisfaction. Workers, for example, kick about long hours and low pay. There are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of their job. This kick back is illegal, so is another kind of 'kick back' - a secret payment made by a supplier to an official who buy supplies for a government or a company.

'Kick around' is a phrase that is heard often in American English. A person who is 'kicked around' is someone who is treated badly. Usually he is not really being kicked by somebody's foot. He is just not being treated with the respect that all of us want. A person who has kicked around for most of his life is someone who has spent his life moving from place to place. In this case, kicking around means moving often from one place to another.

'Kick around' has a third meaning when you use it with the word idea. When you kick around an idea, you are giving that idea some thought. There is no physical action when you kick a person upstairs, although the pain can be as strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important but really is not.

Still another meaning of the word 'kick' is to free oneself of a bad habit, such as smoking cigarettes. Health campaigns urge smokers to kick the habit.

This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Marilyn Christiano. Maurice Joyce was the narrator. I'm Shirley Griffith.
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Now the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.

From birth to death, the word 'kick' has been given an important part in expressing human experience. The proud and happy mother feels the first signs of life kicking inside her womb. And that same life, many years later, comes to its end in a widely used expression "to kick the bucket" meaning to die.

The expression "to kick the bucket" is almost 200 years old. One belief is that it started when an English ?man commited suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pale or bucket. He put a loop around his neck, and tied it to a beam ceiling, and then kicked the bucket away from under him. After a while, to die in any way was called "kicking a bucket".

Another old expression that comes from England, is "to kick over the traces". Meaning to resist the commands of one's parents or to oppose a reject authority. Traces were the chains that held a horse or mule to a wagon or plow. Sometimes, an animal rebelled and kick over the traces.

The word "kick" sometimes is used to describe a complaint or some kinds of dissatisfaction. Workers, for example, kick about long hours and low pay. There are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of their job. This kick back is illegal. So is another kind of kick back, a secret payment made by a supplier to an official who buy supplies for a government or company.

Kick around is a phrase that is heard often in American English. A person who is kicked around is someone who is treated badly. Usualy he is not really being kicked by somebody's foot. He is just not being treated with the respect that all of us want. A person who has kicked around for almost of his life is someone who has spent his life moving from place to place. In this case, kicking around means moving often from one place to another.

Kick around has a third meaning when you use it with the word "idea". When you kick around an idea, you are giving that idea some thought. There is not physical action when you kick a person upstairs. Although the pain can be as strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important, but really is not.

Still another meaning of the word "kick" is to free oneself of a bad habit. Such as smoking cigarette. Health campaigns urge smokers to kick the habit.

This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by M.C. M.J was a narrator. I'm Shirley Griffith.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.

From birth to death the world 'kick' has been given an important part in expressing human experience. The proud and /a/ happy mother feels the first signs of life kicking inside her womb. And that same life many years later comes to its end in a widely used expression 'to kick the bucket' meaning to die.

The expression 'to kick the bucket' is almost two hundred years old. One believe is that it started when an English stableman committed suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pail or a bucket. He put a rope around his neck, and tight it to a beam on the ceiling, and then kicked the bucket away from under him. After a while, to die in anyway was called 'kicking a bucket'.

Another old expression that comes from England is 'to kick over the traces meaning to resist the commands of one's parents or to oppose a reject authority. Traces were the chains that held a horse or /a/ mule to a wagon or /a/ plow. Sometimes, an animal rebelled and kicked over the traces.

The word 'kick' sometimes is used to describe a complaint or some kind of dissatisfaction. Workers, for example, kick about long hours and low pay. There are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of their job. This kick back is illegal So /there/ is another kind of ‘kick back'- a secret payment made by a supplier to an official who buy supplies for a government or a company.

'Kick around' is a phrase that is heard often in American English. A person who is kicked around is someone who is treated badly. Usually he is not really been kicked by somebody's foot. He's just not been treated with the respect that all of us want. A person who has kicked around for most of his life is someone who has spent his life moving from place to place. In this case, kicking around means moving often from one place to another.

'Kick around' has a third meaning when you use it with the word idea. When you kick around / an idea, you are giving that idea some thought. There is no physical action when you kick a person upstairs, although the pain can be as strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important but really is not.

Still another meaning of the word kick is to free oneself of a bad habit, such as smoking /a/ cigarettes. Health campaigns urge smokers to kick the habit.

This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Marilyn Christiano. Maurice Joyce was the narrator. I'm Shirley Griffith.
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Now the VOA Special English Programme Words and Their Stories.

From broth to death, the word 'kick' has been given an important part in expressing human experience. The pround and happy mother feels the first sense of life kicking in inside her womb. And that same life, many years later, comes to its end in a widely used expression to kick the bucket meaning to die.

Expression 'to kick the bucket ' is almost 200 years old. One belief is that it started when an English nobleman committeed suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pair of bucket. He put a rope around his neck and tied it to a b/ in ceiling. And then kicked the bucket awary from under him. After a while, to die anyway is called 'kicking a bucket'.

Another old expression that comes from England is 'to kick over the thr/' meaning to resist a commands of one's parents or to oppose or reject authority. Trees while the chance that held a horse or a mule to a wagon or plow. Sometimes, an animal rebuilt and kicked over the th/ .


The word 'kick' sometimes is used to describe a complaint or some kind of dissatisfaction. Workers, for example, kick about long hours and low pay . There are times when workers are forced to kick back some are their wages to their emplors as part of their job. This kick back is illegal, so is another kind of kick back -- a secret payment madeby the supplier to an official or by supply for a government or a company.

'kick around' is a phrase that is heard often in American English. A person who is kicked around is someone who is treated badly usually is not really been kicked by somebody's foot is just not being treated with the respect that all of us want. A person who has kicked around from most of his life is someone who has spend his life moving from place to place. In this case, kicking around means moving often from one place to another.

'kick around' has a third meaning when you use it with the world idea. When you kick around an idea, you are giving bad ideas some thought. There is no physical action when kick a person upstairs althongh the pain can be strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job, and giving him a job that sounds more important but really is not.

Still another meaning of the word 'kick' is to free oneself of a bad habit such as smoking cigarettes. Health campaigns urge smokers to kick the habit.


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Now the VOA special English program words and their stories.
From birth to death,the word "kick" has been given an important part in expressing human experience.The proud and happy

monther feels the first sign of life kicking inside her womb.And that same life many years later comes to his end,and the

widely-use expression,to kick the bucket,meaning to die.Expression "to kick the bucket" is almost two hundred years old.One

belive is that its started when an English nobleman committed suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pail or

bucket.He put a rope around his neck,and tied it to a beam in ceiling,and then kick the bucket away from under him.After a

while to die in anyway was called kicking a bucket.
Another old expression than comes from England is to kick over the traces,meaning to resist a command of one's parents or to

oppose or reject authority.Traces were the chains that held the horse or mule to a wagon or plow.Sometimes an animal

rebeled,and kicked over the traces.
The word kick sometimes is used to describe a complaint or some kind of dissatisfaction.Workers for example,kick about long

hours and low pay,there are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of

their job.This "kick back" is illegal.So is another kind of kick back a secret payment may buy a supplier to an official who

buy supplies for a government or a company.

Kick around is a phase that is heard often in American English,a person who is kicked around is someone who is treated

badly.Usually he's not really been kicked by somebody's foot,he's just not been treated with respect that all of us want.

A person who has kicked around for most of his life is someone has spent his life moving from place to place.In this

case,"kicking around" means moving often from one place to another.

"Kick around" has the third meaning when you use it with the word idea,when you kick around a idea,you are giving that idea

some thought.There is no physical actions when you kick a person upstairs,although the pain can be a strong.You kick a person

upstairs by moving him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important,but really is not.
Still another meaning of the word kick is to free oneself of a bad habit,such as smoking a cigarette.Health campaigns urge

smokers to kick the habit.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.

From birth to death the word 'kick' has been given an important part in expressing human experience. The proud and happy mother feels the first signs of life kicking inside her *. And that same life many years later comes to its end in a widely used expression 'to kick the bucket' meaning to die. The expression 'to kick the bucket' is almost two hundred years old. One belief is that it started when an English stableman committed suicide by hanging himself while standing on a pail bucket. He put a rope around his neck, and tied it to a ***, and then kicked the bucket away from under him. After a while, to die in anyway was called 'kicking the bucket'.

Another old expression that comes from England is 'to kick over the traces', meaning to resist ** of one's parents or to oppose a reject authority. Traces were the * that held a horse or a mule to a wagon **. Sometimes, an animal * and kicked over the traces.

The word 'kick' sometimes is used to describe a complaint or some kind of *. Workers, for example, kick about long hours and low pay. There are times when workers are first to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of their job. This kick back is illegal, so is another kind of 'kick back' - a secret payment made by a supplier to an official who buy supplies for a government or a company.

'Kick around' is a * that is heard often in American English. A person who is 'kicked around' is someone who is treated badly. Usually he is not really being kicked by somebody's foot. He is just not being treated with the respect that all of us want. A person who has kicked around for most of his life is someone who has spent his life moving from place to place. In this case, kicking around means moving often from one place to another.

'Kick around' has a third meaning when you use it with the word idea. When you kick around an idea, you are giving that idea some thought. There is no physical action when you kick a person upstairs, although the pain can be as strong. You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and giving him a job that sounds more important but really is not.Still another meaning of the word 'kick' is to free oneself of a bad habit, such as smoking cigarettes. Health campaigns urge smokers to kick the habit.

This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Marilyn Christiano. Maurice Joyce was the narrator. I'm Shirley Griffith.
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Now the VOA special english programe "words and their stories "
From birth to death,the word "kick" has been given an important part in expressing human experience.
The proud and happy mother fells the 1th sign of life kicking inside her womb and that same life many years later comes to the end widely use the expression "to kick the bucket" meaning "to die".Expression "to kick the bucket " is almost 200 years old.One believe it is started by an english ~ man committed suiside by hanging himself while stand on a pile or a barket .He put a rope around his neck,and tied it to a ~ ceiling ,and then kick the barket away from under him.After a while ,to die in any way are called "kicking the bucket ".
Another old expression comes from england is "to kick over the traces"meaning to resist a command of one's parents or oppose a reject anthority .traces were the ~that hold the home on ~to the wagon ~.Sometimes the animal rebeled and kicked over the traces.
"kick" sometimes is used to discribe a compaint or some kind od dissatisfactin.Works ,for example,kick about long hours and low pay.There are times when workers are forced to kick back some of their wages to their empoyers as part of their job.This ''kick back " is illegal .So is anther kind of "kick back"-a secret payment made by a supplier to an offial who buy supply for the government or company .
"Kick around " is a phrase that is often heard in Amerian english.A person who is kick around is someone who is treat badly .Usually is not really being kicking by sb's foot, is noe just treat with respect that all of us want.
A person who has kicked around for his life is some one has spent his life moving from place to place.In this case ,"kicking around" means move often from one place to anther.
'kick around ' has a third meaning .When you use it with the word"idea".When you kick around an idea , you are giving that idea some thought.There is not phsical action when you kick around a person upstairs although the pen can be strong.You kick a person upstairs ny removing him from an important job and give him a job that sounds more important ,but reallyis not.
Still another meaning of the word "kick " is to free oneself bad habbit such as smoking ~Health campaign ~ smokers to kick the habit.
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From birth to death the word kick has been given an important part in expressing human's experience.The proud and happy mother feels the first signs of life kicking inside her own.And that's same life many years later come to its end and widely used expression to kick the bucket meaning to die.The expression to kick the bucket is almost 200 years old.One belief is that it started when an English / man committed suiside by hanging himself while staying on a / or a bucket.He put a rope around his neck and tight it to a beam ceiling,and then kick the bucket away from under him.After a while,to die in any way was called kicking the bucket.

Another old expression that comes from England,it to kick over the traces,meaning to resist a commands of one's parents or to oppose a reject authority.Traces were the chains that held a horse or mu/ to a / and /.Sometimes an animal rebelled and kicked over the traces.

The word kick sometimes is used to describe complaint or some kind of dissatisfaction.Workers for example,kick about long hours and low pay.There are times when workers are first to kick back some of their wages to their employers as part of their job.This kick back is illegal,so is another kind of kick back,a secret payment made by a supplier to an offical or by a supplies by a government or a company.

Kick around is a phrase that is heard often in American English.A person who is kick around is someone who is treatied badly.Usually he is not really being kick by somebody's foot.He is just not being treaties with the respect that all of us want.A person who has kicked around for almost of his life is someone who are spending his life moving from place to place.In this case,kick around means moving often from one place to other.

Kick around has the second meaning when you use it with the word idea.When you kick around an idea,you are giving the idea some thought.There is no phyical action when you kick a person upstairs,although the pain can be as strong.You kick a person upstairs by removing him from an important job and give him a job that sounds but really is not.

Still another meaning of the word kick is to free oneself of a bad habit,such as smoking cigarettes.Health campaign urge smokers to kick the habit.

This VOA special English program words and their stories,was written by / Christiano,/ was the narrator.I'm Shirley /.
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