Definition of kick someone/something to the curb in English:

kick someone/something to the curb

phrase

North American
informal
  • Reject or cast aside.

    ‘things get complicated for Alfie when he's kicked to the curb by his girlfriend’
    • ‘We see her untimely pregnancy, her ill-fated marriage, and her poor attempts at being a single mother after she kicks Ray to the curb.’
    • ‘There's barely a happy moment to be found, with Cole either recovering from heartbreak, overcoming betrayal or kicking someone to the curb.’
    • ‘Many years ago, when my wife and I were just dating, she kicked me to the curb.’
    • ‘I've been kicked to the curb enough times to know that religion matters in a relationship, even when it doesn't to an individual.’
    • ‘Shouldn't Kim have kicked Steve to the curb?’
    • ‘Not a lot has changed in the battle of the sexes guy meets girl, girl kicks guy to the curb, his self-esteem crushed.’
    • ‘Something he apparently hasn't been able or willing to do since I kicked him to the curb.’
    • ‘Guy meets girl, girl kicks guy to the curb, his self-esteem, crushed.’
    • ‘She seems to have gotten over her previous misadventure of being kicked to the curb on her wedding day by Basil.’
    • ‘Guy meets girl, girl kicks guy to the curb.’