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|present participle||kicking in|
|past tense||kicked in|
|past participle||kicked in|
The medicine took some time to kick in.
The new rules kicked in last year.
Sweden has kicked in about $10 million a year since 1993.
The hoodlums kicked Jones's teeth in before making off with his money.
When the police came, they had to kick the door in to get into the flat.
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