Italian translation of 'kick out'
intransitive verb + adverb
to kick out (at)
tirare calci (a)
transitive verb + adverb
- (figurative, informal)
to kick sb out (of)
cacciare qn via (da),
buttare qn fuori (da)
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Example Sentences Including 'kick out'
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Myself, I don't fool around, but I got to admit I get a kick out of working with Finch.TIME TO MURDER AND CREATE (1976)
If she hadn't leaned forward, struggling, trying to kick out, he would have had her over and into his arms.THE GOLDEN LION
Perhaps as a challenge, or perhaps because he gets such a kick out of them that he couldn't help himself.PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW
Or got a kick out of those repeated lunges at chest and throat.FORESTS OF THE NIGHT
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Used Occasionally. kick out is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translation of kick out from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary