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Definitions of KICK in various dictionaries:
- noun - the act of delivering a blow with the foot
- noun - the swift release of a store of affective force
- noun - the backward jerk of a gun when it is fired
- noun - informal terms for objecting
- noun - the sudden stimulation provided by strong drink (or certain drugs)
- noun - a rhythmic thrusting movement of the legs as in swimming or calisthenics
- verb - drive or propel with the foot
- verb - thrash about or strike out with the feet
- verb - strike with the foot
- verb - kick a leg up
- verb - spring back, as from a forceful thrust
- verb - stop consuming
- verb - make a goal
- verb - express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness
- To strike out with the foot or feet.
- To score or gain ground by kicking a ball.
- To punt.
- To recoil: The high-powered rifle kicked upon being fired.
- To express negative feelings vigorously; complain.
- To oppose by argument; protest.
- To strike with the foot.
- To propel by striking with the foot.
- To spring back against suddenly: The rifle kicked my shoulder when I fired it.
- To score (a goal or point) by kicking a ball.
- A vigorous blow with the foot.
- The thrusting motion of the legs in swimming.
- A jolting recoil: a rifle with a heavy kick.
- A complaint; a protest.
- Power; force: an old engine that still has lots of kick.
- A feeling of pleasurable stimulation: got a kick out of the show.
- Temporary, often obsessive interest: I’m on a science fiction kick.
- A sudden, striking surprise; a twist.
- The act or an instance of kicking a ball.
- A kicked ball.
- The distance spanned by a kicked ball.
- To treat badly; abuse.
- To move from place to place: “spent the next three years in Italy, kicking around the country on a motor scooter” (Charles E.
- To give consideration or thought to (an idea).
- To recoil unexpectedly and violently.
- To return (stolen items).
- To pay a kickback.
- To contribute (one’s share): kicked in a few dollars for the office party.
- To die.
- To begin or resume play with a kickoff.
- To begin; start: kicked off the promotional tour with a press conference for the author.
- To die.
- To increase in amount or force; intensify: A sandstorm kicked up while we drove through the desert.
- To stir up (trouble): kicked up a row.
- To die.
- adj - to strike out with the foot or feet [v -ED, -ING, -S] : KICKABLE
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