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'
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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Translation of kick out from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary