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what does the phrase "get butt kicked" mean? Here's the sentence ,I'm getting my butt kicked in there,this is tough. get sb's butt kicked. How to understand it? Thanks.
Jun 6, 2013 1:19 PM
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Butt kicked is an expression used when someone gets beaten up really hard. Usually, the person who would beat somebody up would say something like, "I'll kick your bet." Implying that he will beat him up really hard. If it happens, and gets beaten up - then he got "butt kicked".
June 6, 2013
It may stand for "getting excited" or "being defeated" in some place. But I'm not sure. Hope this can be of some help.
June 6, 2013
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