take in, take into = take somebody or something to another place
- I took him into the kitchen to tell him the secret.
- I ‘m going to town tomorrow in my car. I can take you in, if you want.
- I took the video recorder in to the shop I bought it from because there was a problem with a button.
- If you want to talk to the supervisor, I can take you in right away.
- She felt very tired and I took her in a cup of coffee.
- My grandmother has been taken into hospital.
- I took my grandfather in for his regular check-up at the doctor’s.
kick out (of a place) = force someone to leave (a place)
- He was so drunk that they kicked him out of the restaurant.
- We haven’t paid the rent for months. They are going to kick us out of the apartment.
- He had caused so much trouble that in the end they kicked him out of school.
- They were kicked out of the club for fighting.
- He was kicked out of the company for stealing.