Definition of kick in in English:

kick in

(Especially of a device or drug) become activated; come into effect.
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  • I think the medication is finally kicking in and that was what I was waiting for.
  • She put her terror to one side as her professional training kicked in and she provided emergency care.
  • He is soon feeling sick and unhappy as the effects of his high fat diet kick in.
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