Definition of 'kick off'
Example sentences containing 'kick off'
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Autumn wiggled her toes and wished she could kick off her boots. ROSES ARE FOR THE RICHAs Jerrold ran towards a high cabinet which he hoped to climb and kick off his tormentors, he passed a butcher's cleaver. THE SCARMind there have been times when I would have liked to kick off the braces but I never did. GOODBYE CURATE
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Used Occasionally. kick off is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'kick off'
British English: kick off /kɪk ɒf/ VERB
If an event, game, series, or discussion kicks off, or if someone kicks it off, it begins.
The Mayor kicked off the party.
- American English: kick off
- Arabic: يَنْطَلِقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: iniciar partida
- Chinese: 开始
- Croatian: početi
- Czech: zahájit
- Danish: starte
- Dutch: aftrappen
- European Spanish: empezar coloquial
- Finnish: aloittaa
- French: démarrer
- German: anstoßen Fußball
- Greek: δίνω το εναρκτήριο λάκτισμα
- Italian: battere il calcio d’inizio
- Japanese: キックオフする
- Korean: 시작하다
- Norwegian: sette i gang
- Polish: dać pierwszy strzał w meczu piłki nożnej
- European Portuguese: iniciar partida
- Romanian: a da startul
- Russian: начинать
- Spanish: empezar
- Swedish: sparka igång
- Thai: เริ่ม
- Turkish: başlama vuruşu yapmak
- Ukrainian: починати
- Vietnamese: mở màn
Definition of kick off from the Collins English Dictionary
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