Synonyms of kick in English:

kick

verb

  • 1 she kicked the ball over the fence
    boot, punt, drop-kick
    informal hoof
  • 2 informal he was struggling to kick his drug habit
    give up, break, abandon, end, stop, cease, desist from, renounce
    informal shake, pack in, leave off, quit
  • noun

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  • 1 that kick landed the ball across the street
    boot, punt
  • 2 informal I get a kick out of driving a race car
    thrill, excitement, stimulation, tingle; fun, enjoyment, amusement, pleasure, gratification
    informal buzz, high, rush, charge
  • 3 informal a drink with a powerful kick
    potency, stimulant effect, strength, power; tang, zest, bite, piquancy, edge, pungency
    informal punch
  • 4 informal a health kick
    craze, enthusiasm, obsession, mania, passion; fashion, vogue, trend
    informal fad
  • Phrases

    kick someone/something around

    informal
  • 1.1 I'm tired of getting kicked around
    abuse, mistreat, maltreat, push around, trample on, take for granted
    informal boss around, walk all over
  • 2.1 they began to kick around some ideas
    discuss, talk over, debate, thrash out, consider, toy with, play with
  • kick back

    informal I just wanna kick back and watch some TVrelaxunwindtake it easyrestslow downlet upease up/offsit backchill (out)chillaxhang loose

    kick off

    informal we'll kick off with a brief description of how a timeshare works they kicked off the ceremony with a parade of cadetsstartcommencebeginget goingget off the groundget underwayopenstart offset in motionlaunchinitiateintroduceinaugurateusher in

    kick someone out

    informal most of us were given one-week suspensions from school, but Andy and Olivia were actually kicked outexpelejectbanishexilethrow outoustevictget rid ofaxdismissdischarge informalchuck (out)send packingboot outgive someone their marching ordersgive someone their walking papersgive someone the gategive someone the (old) heave-hosackbouncefiregive someone the bum's rush

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