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kicking US English

A punishment or assault in which the victim is kicked repeatedly

kick1 US English

Strike or propel forcibly with the foot

ass-kicking US English

Forceful or aggressive

kicking strap US English

A strap used to prevent a horse from kicking

alive and kicking US English

Prevalent and very active

drop kick US English

Kick using a drop kick

high kick US English

Make a high kick

kick ass in kick1 US English

Act in a forceful or aggressive manner

kick back in kick1 US English

Be at leisure; relax

kick in in kick1 US English

(Especially of a device or drug) become activated; come into effect

kick off in kick1 US English

(Of a football game, soccer game, etc.) be started or resumed after a score by a player kicking the ball from a designated spot

kick ass US English

Act in a forceful or aggressive manner

kick back US English

Be at leisure; relax

kick in US English

(Especially of a device or drug) become activated; come into effect

kick off US English

(Of a football game, soccer game, etc.) be started or resumed after a score by a player kicking the ball from a designated spot

miskick US English

Kick (a ball) badly or wrongly

kick around in kick1 US English

(Of a thing) lie unwanted or unexploited

kick around US English

(Of a thing) lie unwanted or unexploited

alive and kicking in alive US English

Prevalent and very active

kick oneself in kick1 US English

Be annoyed with oneself for doing something foolish or missing an opportunity

kick against in kick1 US English

Express resentment at or frustration with (an institution or restriction)

kick something in in kick1 US English

Contribute something, especially money

kick against US English

Express resentment at or frustration with (an institution or restriction)

kick something in US English

Contribute something, especially money

kick someone's ass in kick1 US English

Beat, dominate, or defeat someone

kick someone out in kick1 US English

Expel or dismiss someone

kick someone's ass US English

Beat, dominate, or defeat someone

kick something off US English

Begin something

kick someone out US English

Expel or dismiss someone

break the habit in habit US English

Stop engaging in a habitual practice

break the habit US English

Stop engaging in a habitual practice

kick up a fuss in kick1 US English

Object loudly or publicly to something

kick someone upstairs in kick1 US English

Remove someone from an influential position in a business by giving them an ostensible promotion

kick someone around in kick1 US English

Treat someone roughly or without respect

kick something around in kick1 US English

Discuss an idea casually or idly

kick up a fuss US English

Object loudly or publicly to something

kick someone upstairs US English

Remove someone from an influential position in a business by giving them an ostensible promotion

kick someone around US English

Treat someone roughly or without respect

kick something around US English

Discuss an idea casually or idly

make a row in row3 US English

Make a noise or commotion

make a row US English

Make a noise or commotion

kick up one's heels in heel1 US English

Have a lively, enjoyable time

kick up one's heels US English

Have a lively, enjoyable time

shindy US English

A noisy disturbance or quarrel


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