Synonyms of kick in English:
- young people are expected to kick against the establishment[Antonyms] acceptresist, rebel against, oppose, struggle/fight against, refuse to accept;defy, disobey, reject, spurn
kick someone/something around
- informal the festival kicks off on Monday the installation kicks off a three-year projectopen, start off, set going, set in motion, launch, put in place, initiate, introduce, inaugurate, usher in, start the ball rollinginformal get the show on the roadformal commence
kick someone out
- informal he was kicked out of his regiment for insubordinationinformal chuck out, send packing, boot out, show the door to, give someone their marching orders, throw someone out on their ear, sack, fire, give someone the boot, axeBritish informal give someone the push, give someone the elbow, give someone the big E, bin off, turf out, defenestrateNorth American informal give someone the air, give someone the bum's rush
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3 informal caffeine-free cola for those who want the taste without the kick mustard is mixed into the dough to give the roll a delicious kick
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