Phrasal Verbs with KICK

kick back
to relax
I just want to kick back and enjoy the weekend.

kick in
to start to happen or have an effect
The painkillers kicked in and he became sleepy.

kick off
to start
What time does the show kick off?

kick out
to force someone to leave a place or organization
They have been kicked out of the club.

kick around
to be lying somewhere not being used or forgotten
There’s a copy of the report kicking around somewhere.