Spanish translation of 'kick up'
transitive verb + adverb
⇒ to kick up a row or a din(literal)
armar un jaleo (inf)
⇒ to kick up a fuss or stink about or over sth
armar un escándalo por algo
Example Sentences Including 'kick up'
`That's the most worrying thing, him not wanting to kick up a fuss.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
They all have educational psychologists when frankly - `she paused - `all they're probably needing is a kick up the arse.An Older Woman
The sea was starting to kick up a bit and he had to steady himself as he swung down into the wheelhouse.Cormorant
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Translation of kick up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary