English idiom – Kick the habit

Kick the habit

kick the habit = stop doing something that is bad for you that you have done for a long time

A: “Hey Kyle, do you have an extra cigarette?”
K: “Sorry Adam I don’t smoke anymore. I kicked the habit 6 weeks ago and I feel great now!”


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