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kicking British & World English

An assault in which the victim is kicked repeatedly

kick1 British & World English

Strike or propel forcibly with the foot

ass-kicking British & World English

Forceful or aggressive

kicking strap British & World English

A strap used to prevent a horse from kicking

alive and kicking British & World English

Prevalent and very active

drop-kick in drop kick British & World English

Kick using a drop kick

fly kick British & World English

Kick (the ball) while running

kick ass in kick1 British & World English

Act in a forceful or aggressive manner

kick back in kick1 British & World English

Be at leisure; relax

kick down in kick1 British & World English

Change quickly into a lower gear in a car with an automatic transmission by a sudden full depression of the accelerator

kick in in kick1 British & World English

Come into effect or operation

kick off in kick1 British & World English

(Of a football match) be started or resumed by a player kicking the ball from the centre spot

kick something off in kick1 British & World English

Begin or cause something to begin

kick up in kick1 British & World English

(Of the wind) become stronger

kick ass British & World English

Act in a forceful or aggressive manner

kick back British & World English

Be at leisure; relax

kick down British & World English

Change quickly into a lower gear in a car with an automatic transmission by a sudden full depression of the accelerator

kick in British & World English

Come into effect or operation

kick off British & World English

(Of a football match) be started or resumed by a player kicking the ball from the centre spot

kick something off in kick off British & World English

Begin or cause something to begin

kick up British & World English

(Of the wind) become stronger

miskick British & World English

Kick (a ball) badly or wrongly

kick around in kick1 British & World English

(Of a thing) lie unwanted or unexploited

kick around British & World English

(Of a thing) lie unwanted or unexploited

alive and kicking in alive British & World English

Prevalent and very active

kick oneself in kick1 British & World English

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

kick against in kick1 British & World English

Protest against or resist (something)

kick something in in kick1 British & World English

Contribute something, especially money

kick oneself British & World English

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

kick against British & World English

Protest against or resist (something)

kick something in British & World English

Contribute something, especially money

kick up (a) dust British & World English

Create a disturbance

kick someone's ass in kick1 British & World English

Punish, dominate, or defeat someone

kick someone out in kick1 British & World English

Expel or dismiss someone

kick someone's ass British & World English

Punish, dominate, or defeat someone

kick someone out British & World English

Expel or dismiss someone

break the habit in habit British & World English

Stop engaging in a habitual practice

break the habit British & World English

Stop engaging in a habitual practice

kick up a fuss in kick1 British & World English

Object loudly or publicly to something

kick someone upstairs in kick1 British & World English

Remove someone from an influential position by giving them an ostensible promotion

kick someone around in kick1 British & World English

Treat someone roughly or without respect

kick something around in kick1 British & World English

Discuss a proposal informally


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