To cancel or stop; To put to an end. Usually used when describing a sudden or abrupt ending to an event. Proper usage dictates referring to it as a specific event, using "the," not "a" or "an." Not "a Kai-Bosch," "THE Kai-Bosch."
We were having a great kegger when all of a sudden the five-o shows up and puts the Kai-Bosch on a good time.
by Tomasz Majewski October 12, 2004