kick

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الإنجليزية - التركية
tekmelemek
tepmek
tekme

Tom kapıya tekme attı. - Tom kicked in the door.

Ben çok üzgünüm. Niyetim sana tekme atmak değildi. - I'm so sorry. I didn't mean to kick you.

{f} bırakmak
şevk
seğirdim
ayak ile vurmak
şut
çiftelemek
çeviklik
(Argo) kuvvet (içkide)
seğirdim yapmak
karşı durmak
(Bilgisayar) çıkar

O dikkatsiz araç kullanmanın keyfini çıkarır. - He gets a kick out of reckless driving.

Bunun keyfini çıkaracaksın. - You'll get a kick out of it.

topa vurma
(Spor) (gol) atmak
tekme atmak

Ben çok üzgünüm. Niyetim sana tekme atmak değildi. - I'm so sorry. I didn't mean to kick you.

{f} tep

Tüfeğin tepmesi senin omzunu kırabilir. - The kick of the rifle can break your shoulder.

Sami av tüfeğiyle kapıyı tepti. - Sami kicked in the door with his shotgun.

(alkol/uyuşturucu/vb.) etki
heyecan

Ben dalmaktan heyecan duyuyorum. - I get a kick from diving.

Sadece heyecan olsun diye masum kanı döktü. - He shed innocent blood just for kicks.

zevk

Tom bu tür şeyden zevk alıyor. - Tom gets a kick out of this kind of thing.

Müstehcen fıkraları sevmem fakat onları anlattığında ondan çok zevk alırım. - I don't like dirty jokes, but I get a kick out of it when you tell them.

coşku
(silah) tepmek
çifte atmak
{f} k.dili. karşı durmak
{i} k.dili. karşı gelme
{f} sızlanmak
{f} geri tepmek
{i} enerji

Tom motorsikletine enerji vermeye başladı. - Tom kick-started his motorcycle.

{f} tepinmek
{f} teklemek
kick a goal topa vurup gol atmak
{i} argo (içkide) kuvvet, sertlik; (uyuşturucu maddenin) kamçılama etkisi: This drink's got a kick to it
{f} tekmeleyerek kovmak
{i} yakınma
{i} tepme

Tüfeğin tepmesi senin omzunu kırabilir. - The kick of the rifle can break your shoulder.

{i} geri tepme
{i} sertlik
{f} vazgeçmek
kick against the pricks kendi zararına olarak karşı gelmek
dili karşı durmak
tekmelem

Koltuğumu tekmelemeyi bırakır mısın? - Can you stop kicking my seat?

{i} karşı gelme
tekme vurmak
{f} (silah) geri tepmek, seğirdim yapmak
{f} çitme atmak
{f} yakınmak
tepmek seğirdim yapmak
{i} çifte

Bu atın çifte atmayacağını umuyorum. - I hope this horse doesn't kick.

keyif

Tom sadece keyif çatmaya ve dinlenmeye karar verdi. - Tom decided to just kick back and relax.

(Argo) kuvvetli (içki vb)
(Argo) merak
heves
(Argo) kuvvet
geri tepmek (silah)
tekmin
yıkamaz
kick about
sağa sola atmak (top)
kick ass
{k} bazılarına dünyanın kaç bucak olduğunu göstermek
kick off
{i} başlama vuruşu
kick a goal
gol atmak
kick against
karşı çıkmak
kick ass
(Argo) dersini vermek (kavga ile)
kick ass
(Argo) fena benzetmek
kick back
(Argo) rüşvet vermek
kick horse
çifte
kick in the teeth
(deyim) hiçe saymak
kick off
gümlemek
kick off
ölmek
kick off
mortoyu çekmek
kick off
(Spor) oyuna başlamak
kick off
gümbürdemek
kick off
başlatmak
kick off
(futbol) maça başlamak
kick one's heels
(deyim) beklemek
kick out
işten kovmak
kick out
künyesini silmek
kick someone out
birini kapı dışarı etmek
kick someone out
birini işten çıkarmak
kick the bucket
tahtalıköyü boylamak
kick the bucket
zartayı çekmek
kick the bucket
(deyim) öbür dünyayı boylamak
kick the bucket
cavlamak
kick the bucket
(deyim) ruhunu teslim etmek
kick the bucket
kuyruğu titretmek
kick the bucket
cartayı çekmek
kick up
kavga çıkarmak
kick up
kavga
kick up
kışkırtma
kick up
kışkırtmak
kick up
kavga etmek
kick up a fuss
(Argo) karşı çıkmak
kick up a row
(Argo) karşı çıkmak
kick up a row
çıngar çıkarmak
kick up a row
karışıklık çıkarmak
kick up a stink
(Argo) karşı çıkmak
kick about
döv
kick against the pricks
boşuna dırlanmak
kick against the pricks
boşa zırlamak
kick around
dolaşmak
kick around
gereksiz emirler vermek
kick around
döv
kick around
sürtmek
kick at
tekme vurmak
kick back
geri tepmek
kick in
{i} para verme
kick in
{f} payına düşeni öde
kick in the teeth
adam yerine koymamak
kick oneself for doing sth
dizini dövmek
kick out
kovmak
kick out
kov
kick out
defetmek
kick over the traces
gemi azıya almak
kick starter
ayakla basılan marş
kick the bucket
nalları dikmek
kick up
kışkırt
kick up a fuss
kavga çıkarmak
kick up a row
kavga çıkarmak
kick up one's heels
felekten bir gün çalmak
kick a ball
bir topu tekmelemek
kick about
sağa sola atmak
kick back
keyfine bakmak
kick back
(tüfek) geri tepmek
kick back
istirahat etmek
kick back
keyif çatmak
kick boxing
boks kick
kick bucket
kick kova
kick butt
kick popo
kick in
payına düşeni öde(mek)
kick in
Her şeyi itiraf etmek
kick in
Faaliyete geçmek
kick in
Payına düşen parayı ödemek, -e katılmak
kick off
argo - nalları dikmek, mortoyu çekmek, ölmek
kick off
futbol - oyuna başlamak
kick on
başlamak
kick oneself
kendine kızmak
kick plate
kick plaka
kick so.
kick öyle
kick someone's butt
(deyim) Kıçına tekmeyi basmak
kick sth around
tartışmak
kick turn
(Spor) kayak sporunda tekme dönüşü tabir edilen dönüş tekniği
kick up a fuss, row
kavga çıkarmak
kick up one´s heels
eğlenmek, hoşça vakit geçirmek
kick volleyball
(Spor) Ayak voleybolu
kick-off meeting
Bir işe, projeye vs. başlama arefesinde yapılan başlama toplantı
kick-out
Çekmece
kick-started
kick-başladı
kick a goal
topa vurup gol atmak
kick about
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- dövmek , pataklamak 2- dolaşmak , sürtmek 3- göz önüne almak , incelemek , tartışmak
kick and stamp
tepinmek
kick around
{k} ihmal etmek
kick around
{k} kötüye kullanmak
kick around
{k} düşünüp taşınmak
kick around
{k} diyar diyar dolaşmak
kick back
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- geri tepmek 2- irkilmek 3- geri vermek
kick back
argo rüşvet vermek
kick down the ladder
merdivenden düşmek
kick in
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- payına düşen parayı ödemek , -e katılmak 2- ölmek , nalları dikmek 3- her şeyi itiraf etmek
kick in
{f} tekme atmak
kick in
{f} bağışlamak
kick in
(Dilbilim) (yorgunluk vb) çökmek
kick in
{f} bağışta bulunmak
kick in
payına düşeni ödemek
kick in the pants
(deyim) kisiyi hemen harekete geciren kuvvetli elestiri
kick off
argo nalları dikmek, mortoyu çekmek, ölmek
kick off
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- (futbol) oyuna başlamak 2- başlatmak 3- kuyruğu titretmek
kick off
nalları dikmek
kick off
futbol oyuna başlamak
kick off
başlamak
kick off
girişmek
kick off
başlama vuruşu yapmak
kick off
oyunu başlatmak
kick one's asses
hadlerini bildirmek
kick one's heels
bekletilmek
kick one's heels
sabırsızlanmak
kick one's heels
sabırsızca beklemek
kick one's heels
ağaç olmak
kick out
kırmızı kart göstermek
kick out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- kovmak , kapı dışarı etmek 2- -den kurtulmak
kick over the traces
{k} dizginleri koparmak
kick over the traces
kontrolden çıkmak
kick start
(Otomotiv) ayakla basılan marş
kick start
(Otomotiv) motosiklet marşı
kick starter
motosiklet motoru
kick starter
marş
kick the bucket
(isim)lları dikmek, ölmek
kick the bucket
ölmek
kick the bucket
argo nalları dikmek, mortoyu çekmek, ölmek
kick the drug
uyuşturucuyu bırakmak
kick the habit
{k} uyuşturucu bağımlılığından/sigara tiryakiliğinden kurtulmak
kick up
ortalığı karıştırmak
kick up
mesele çıkarmak
kick up
(deyim) kick up a fuss/row (about sth.) (kd) kavga çıkarmak,mesele çıkarmak
kick up
toz kaldırmak
kick up a dust
tozu dumana katmak
kick up a dust
(deyim) hır çıkarmak
kick up a dust
(deyim) toz koparmak
kick up a dust
(deyim) gerilim yaratmak
kick up a racket
gürültülü yapmak
kick up a row
kıyameti koparmak
kick up a row
gürültü yapmak
kick up a row
yeri göğü inletmek
kick up a row
ortalığı birbirine katmak
kick up a row
hır çıkarmak
kick up a shine
gürültü yapmak
kick up a shine
ortalığı gürültüye boğmak
kick up a stink
kıyameti koparmak
kick up a stink
olay çıkarmak
kick up a stink
şiddetle itiraz etmek
kick up a stink
şikâyetçi olmak
kick up one's heels
canlanmak
kick up one's heels
neşelenmek
kick up one's heels
kendini zevke vermek, eğlenceye dalmak
kick with both hind feet
çifte
get a kick out of
-den zevk almak
corner kick
köşe vuruşu
dump kick out
kepçe boşaltma otomatiği
goal kick
(Spor) penaltı atışı
goal kick
(Spor) penaltı vuruşu
kick back
geri tepme
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The action of swinging a foot or leg

The ballerina did a high kick and a leap.

A hit or strike with the leg or foot or knee

A kick to the knee.

A button (of a joypad, joystick or similar device) whose only or main current function is that when it is pressed causes a video game character to kick
To remove a participant from an online activity

He was kicked by ChanServ for flooding.

Something that tickles the fancy; something fun or amusing

I think I sprained something on my latest exercise kick.

To strike or hit with, or raise one's foot or leg

He enjoyed the simple pleasure of watching the kickline kick.

To direct to a particular place by a blow with the foot or leg

Kick the ball into the goal.

The removal of a person from an online activity
Any bucking motion of an object that lacks legs or feet

The pool ball took a wild kick, up off the table.

To manage defeat against a bothersome or difficult issue or obstacle

I still smoke, but they keep telling me to kick the habit.

piquancy

The first time I saw Deep Water, the trace of mystery in the Crowhurst affair gave the movie a kick of excitement.

{v} to strike with the foot, to strike back
{n} a blow or wound made with the foot
The forceful impact of a footfall or portion thereof that makes a definable impression and generally scatters ground surface often throwing surface materials or debris in the direction of travel Also See: Explosion
the swift release of a store of affective force; "they got a great bang out of it"; "what a boot!"; "he got a quick rush from injecting heroin"; "he does it for kicks"
{f} strike with the foot; make a thrusting movement with the foot (as in swimming); recoil; score a goal (Football); complain, protest (Slang); be alive and full of energy; temporarily throw out of an Internet channel (Computers)
to strike backward, as a horse does, or to have a habit of doing so
bounce Example: I got a good kick and my ball ended up right next to the pin
Low; lift the non-support leg from the knee and straighten the knee, pointing the toes High; Lift the non-support leg from the trunk with a straight knee
To strike, thrust, or hit violently with the foot; as, a horse kicks a groom; a man kicks a dog
A projection in a mold, to form a depression in the surface of the brick
alive and kicking: see alive to kick up a fuss: see fuss
An indentation at the bottom of a glass or bottle which strengthens the object
Hence, figuratively: To show ugly resistance, opposition, or hostility; to spurn
Another term for Bass Drum
If something gives you a kick, it makes you feel very excited or very happy for a short period of time. I got a kick out of seeing my name in print
To break one's drug habit; from the typical leg jerks of narcotic withdrawal
emphasis If you describe an event as a kick in the teeth, you are emphasizing that it is very disappointing and upsetting. We've been struggling for years and it's a real kick in the teeth to see a new band make it ahead of us. = setback
(Colloq ) The event or observation of the onset and hardening process associated with the curing of a catalized liquid resin
If you kick someone or something, you hit them forcefully with your foot. He kicked the door hard He threw me to the ground and started to kick He escaped by kicking open the window The fiery actress kicked him in the shins An ostrich can kick a man to death. Kick is also a noun. He suffered a kick to the knee
a rhythmic thrusting movement of the legs as in swimming or calisthenics; "the kick must be synchronized with the arm movements"; "the swimmer's kicking left a wake behind him"
A temporary removal of a user from a channel for an infringement of channel rules With a kick the user can immediately rejoin the channel unless a ban is also placed upon them For more information, please visit our Channel Guidelines page
Literally, the way the ball bounces Sometimes it kicks your way and sometimes it doesn't, but golfers are always asking for a good kick
To end a newscast with something "Let's kick with the waterskiing squirrel " (Also a kicker)
A blow with the foot or feet; a striking or thrust with the foot
Slang: double; Slang: ruff; Slang: blunder away
If you say that someone does something for kicks, you mean that they do it because they think it will be exciting. They made a few small bets for kicks
the backward jerk of a gun when it is fired
strike with the foot; "The boy kicked the dog"; "Kick the door down"
spring back, as from a forceful thrust; "The gun kicked back into my shoulder"
To temporarily eject a chatter from a chat room
Intrusion of formation liquids or gas that results in an increase in pit volume or an increase in observed wellhead pressure It occurs when the pressure of the column of fluid in the wellbore is not great enough to overcome the formation pressure
A forceful toe impact that leaves a definable impression and generally scatters ground surface debris in the direction of travel
To strike or hit with, or raise ones foot or leg
A composed phrase that is played in rhythmic unison by the accompanying instruments behind a melody, whether composed or improvised
If you say that someone kicks you when you are down, you think they are behaving unfairly because they are attacking you when you are in a weak position. In the end I just couldn't kick Jimmy when he was down
of Pocketknife
the sudden stimulation provided by strong drink (or certain drugs); "a sidecar is a smooth drink but it has a powerful kick"
The projection on the tang of the blade of a pocket knife, which prevents the edge of the blade from striking the spring
{i} strike or blow delivered by the foot; thrusting movement of the legs (as in swimming); recoil; power, strength (Slang); thrill, exciting feeling (Slang); temporary infatuation, temporary fascination (Slang)
When you kick a ball or other object, you hit it with your foot so that it moves through the air. I went to kick the ball and I completely missed it He kicked the ball away A furious player kicked his racket into the grandstand. Kick is also a noun. Schmeichel swooped to save the first kick from Borisov
a kick is made by hitting the ball with any part of the leg or foot, except the heel, from the toe to the knee but not including the knee; a kick must move the ball a visible distance out of the hand, or along the ground
drive or propel with the foot thrash about or strike out with the feet kick a leg up
A burst of speed near the finish line in an attempt to beat another rider or riders
The recoil of a musket or other firearm, when discharged
The behavior of a ball hit with topspin When it hits the ground, the ball will "kick" forward and upward
emphasis If you say that someone is dragged kicking and screaming into a particular course of action, you are emphasizing that they are very unwilling to do what they are being made to do. He had to be dragged kicking and screaming into action
If you kick or if you kick your legs, you move your legs with very quick, small, and forceful movements, once or repeatedly. They were dragged away struggling and kicking First he kicked the left leg, then he kicked the right He kicked his feet away from the window. Kick out means the same as kick. As its rider tried to free it, the horse kicked out
To score or attempt to score a field goal or point after touchdown by kicking the ball Track: To put on a burst of speed during a race usually toward the finish
To thrust out the foot or feet with violence; to strike out with the foot or feet, as in defense or in bad temper; esp
If you kick a habit, you stop doing something that is bad for you and that you find difficult to stop doing. She's kicked her drug habit and learned that her life has value
feelings You use kick yourself in expressions such as I could have kicked myself and you're going to kick yourself to indicate that you were annoyed or are going to be annoyed that you got something wrong. I was still kicking myself for not paying attention
the act of delivering a blow with the foot; "he gave the ball a powerful kick"; "the team's kicking was excellent" a rhythmic thrusting movement of the legs as in swimming or calisthenics; "the kick must be synchronized with the arm movements"; "the swimmer's kicking left a wake behind him" the sudden stimulation provided by strong drink (or certain drugs); "a sidecar is a smooth drink but it has a powerful kick" make a goal; "He kicked the extra point after touchdown" stop consuming; "kick a habit" strike with the foot; "The boy kicked the dog"; "Kick the door down" drive or propel with the foot thrash about or strike out with the feet kick a leg up
Attempting to score a point or field goal after touchdown by kicking the ball
drive or propel with the foot
(aka: "bounce") the action of the golf ball bouncing Usually off of a hill, rock, tree or cart path Example: "My 6 iron into the green was just off to the right but I got a great kick and ended up on the green "
To recoil; said of a musket, cannon, etc
thrash about or strike out with the feet
kick a leg up
If you kick your legs, you lift your legs up very high one after the other, for example when you are dancing. He was kicking his legs like a Can Can dancer She begins dancing, kicking her legs high in the air
kick and a flick for being so quick
The response to a pinch and a punch for the first of the month
kick around
to abuse or mistreat; to bully

Don't be afraid to kick it around a little. It is sturdy.

kick around
to wander loose; to float around; to hang around (usually present continuous)

Is this your pen I found kicking around in my drawer?.

kick arse
Alternative spelling of kick ass
kick ass
To beat someone in a competition, fight, or other situation

You will kick his ass with your improved serve.

kick ass
To be very impressive

The Mega Man X soundtrack really kicks ass!.

kick ass
Used to express happiness or a feeling of accomplishment

Kick ass! I just got my friend to stop playing that stupid song!.

kick back
to relax

I'm going to stay home Saturday and just kick back.

kick butt
To be impressive; to be decisively good or pleasant

I never thought I'd say it, but being the governor of California kicks butt!.

kick down
to break or demolish something by physical bodily force

Some young thugs tried to kick her door down last night. She was terrified.

kick in
To kick or strike so as to cause the object struck to collapse or fall inwards

Go kick in the door!.

kick in
To contribute, especially to a collection of money

This is a worthy charity, so everyone should kick in.

kick in
To start or connect suddenly

You have to push the switch hard to get the heater to kick in.

kick in the balls
a big setback or disappointment

It's still a kick in the balls whether you've made the label drop you or they reject you..

kick in the pants
a (forceful) reminder to start or get going

That kid needs a kick in the pants to get his homework done today.

kick into touch
To reject someone or something

It seemed like a good idea at the time, but I'm going to have to kick it into touch.

kick into touch
To cease having dealings with someone or something because of problems

That supplier has failed to deliver on time yet again! We ought to kick them into touch.

kick into touch
To kick a ball over the touchline in a game of rugby or football
kick like a mule
To have a very strong physical effect

This Russian drink tastes foul, but it kicks like a mule.

kick off
To start; to launch

Let's kick off this project with a planning meeting.

kick off
To die or quit permanently

It's a wonder that old dog hasn't kicked off yet.

kick off
To shut down or turn off suddenly

The washer was working fine until it kicked off in the middle of a cycle.

kick off
To make the first kick in a game or part of a game

The players kick off for the third quarter and the clock starts.

kick off
To force the weaning of a bovine cow's calf by restricting the calf's access to its mother's udders. Used figuratively or literally

A week after we kicked off her calf that cow was still bawling.

kick off
To be overcome with anger, to start an argument or a fight

When she called him a drunk, it was the last straw. He just kicked off.

kick off meeting
Alternative spelling of kick-off meeting
kick off the team
In sports, to dismiss an athlete from a team, usually for misconduct, poor academic performance or other offenses

She got caught smoking again, and the coach decided to kick her off the team.

kick oneself
To reproach oneself for making a mistake or missing an opportunity

He's still kicking himself for not investing three years ago.

kick out
To stop, stall, or disconnect suddenly

I was driving and the motor just kicked out.

kick out
To eject, throw out, or forcefully remove (someone or something)

I got kicked out for eating inside.

kick sampling
A technique used to sample benthic invertebrates in a stream, etc., where a net is held underwater and the surrounding substrate disturbed by kicking
kick scooter
A small platform with two or more wheels that is propelled by a rider pushing off the ground, usually just known as a scooter
kick some tires
To shop for a vehicle or other item to purchase or invest in
kick someone when they are down
To make things worse for someone who is going through a difficult time
kick start
The metal bar on motorcycle that is used to start its engine
kick start
A fast or strong start; help with starting or beginning well

As a kick start for the group, let's write up some ideas.

kick start
To start a motorcycle
kick start
The act of starting a motorcycle by quickly depressing the kick start with one's foot

The motorcycle requires a kick start.

kick start
An impetus that starts or restarts some process
kick start
To start or begin strongly or quickly

To kick start your learning, let's summarize the basics.

kick started
Simple past tense and past participle of kick start
kick starting
Present participle of kick start
kick starts
plural form of kick start
kick starts
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of kick start
kick the bucket
To die

The old horse finally kicked the bucket.

kick the bucket
Of a machine, to break down such that it cannot be repaired

I think my sewing machine has kicked the bucket.

kick the can
A particular game played by children, similar to tag

How about kick the can? Ben suggested, spotting an empty beer can on the sidewalk.

kick the can down the road
To defer something
kick the habit
To recover from or quit an addiction or habit. For example, to quit smoking, drinking, burping, or drug addiction
kick the tires
To inspect a vehicle's tires by kicking them to check for defects or poor quality
kick the tires
To inspect a vehicle or other thing, typically a used vehicle by a prospective purchaser
kick the tires and light the fires
To take off
kick up
To raise, to increase (a price)

The rent has been kicked up again.

kick up
To function improperly

The car is kicking up.

kick up
To raise (dust or dirt) into the air while running or walking or driving

You could tell where he had been by the cloud of dust he had kicked up.

kick up
To show anger (about something)

He kicked up about it when they told him the train had been cancelled.

kick up a fuss
To show annoyance, or to complain loudly about something, often when it is of little importance in reality
kick up the arse
A severe reprimand, especially one to motivate someone into doing something
kick upstairs
To promote (an employee considered troublesome) to a position of lesser influence, but of apparently higher status
kick wheel
: a wheel or disc used to throw pots, turned by kicking or pushing a heavy stone or concrete base with the foot
kick with the other foot
To belong to a different religion

They would have married in a church but he kicks with the other foot.

kick-ass
Excellent, first-class

His plan is to create a company of 20 “kick-ass” dancers.

kick-ass
Rough, aggressive; powerful and successful
kick-off
the opening sequence of any event
kick-off
the opening kick of each half of a game of football
kick-off meeting
The first official meeting of a group of people who will be working together on a project. The agenda will usually include introductions, statement(s) of mission, and organization of teams or working-groups. The implication is that there will be more meetings to follow
kick-start
Alternative spelling of kick start

Ten million dollars of seed money could provide the necessary kick-start for the initiative.

kick-the-can
A particular game played by children, similar to tag

If we were playing kick-the-can, it'd get everyone out of jail and make life hell for whoever's it..

kick it up a notch
(deyim) To make things more intense, exciting, or interesting
kick over
Pay, contribute. "I was forced to kick over a lot of money for the motor for my car."
kick turn
A standing turn made in skiing; one ski is raised to the vertical and pivoted backward to become parallel with the other ski but headed in the opposite direction and then the other ski is aligned with the first
kick volleyball
(Spor) Sepak takraw (Malay: sepak takraw also known as sepak raga) or kick volleyball, is a sport native to the Malay-Thai Peninsula. Sepak takraw differs from the similar sport of volleyball in its use of a rattan ball and only allowing players to use their feet, knee, chest and head to touch the ball. It is a popular sport in Southeast Asia
kick-boxing
A form of martial art which combines boxing with elements of karate, in particular kicking with bare feet
kick-off meeting
A meeting at the beginning of the project or at the beginning of a major phase of the project to align peoples' understanding of project objectives, procedures and plans, and to begin the team-building process
kick-start
Use battery cables to start a car, jump start. "The battery was dead so we got a tow truck to kick start our car."
kick about
wander about aimlessly, loiter
kick against the pricks
protest against things which are unpleasant
kick around
be around; be alive or active; "Does the old man still kick around?"
kick around
If you kick around ideas or suggestions, you discuss them informally. We kicked a few ideas around They started to kick around the idea of an electric scraper
kick around
abuse; wander about aimlessly
kick around
treat badly; abuse; "They won't have me to kick around any more!"
kick around
discuss lightly; "We bandied around these difficult questions"
kick around
be around; be alive or active; "Does the old man still kick around?
kick ass
(Slang) be great, be excellent; beat someone up, physically harm someone
kick back
(Slang) relax, take it easy
kick back
spring back, as from a forceful thrust; "The gun kicked back into my shoulder"
kick back
If you kick back, you relax. As soon as they've finished up, they kick back and wait for the next show
kick back
pay a kickback; make an illegal payment
kick boxing
Kick boxing is a type of boxing in which the opponents are allowed to kick as well as punch each other
kick boxing
{i} type of fighting sport in which boxers are permitted to kick with bare feet, sport in which one tries to overpower the opponent by punching and kicking
kick butt
{f} (Slang) use forceful or coercive measures in order to attain an objective; winning overwhelmingly; be absolutely amazing
kick down
If someone kicks something down or if they kick it in, they hit it violently with their foot so that it breaks or falls over. She was forced to kick down the front door = break down, smash down
kick down
{i} going down a gear in an automatic vehicle by pressing on the gas pedal (Slang)
kick drum
bass drum in a drum set (played by a foot pedal)
kick in
enter a particular state; "Laziness set in"; "After a few moments, the effects of the drug kicked in"
kick in
If someone kicks in a particular amount of money, they provide that amount of money to help pay for something. Kansas City area churches kicked in $35,000 to support the event see also kick down = contribute
kick in
contribute to some cause; "I gave at the office"
kick in
If something kicks in, it begins to take effect. As discounts kicked in, bookings for immediate travel rose by 15%
kick in
open violently; "kick in the doors"
kick in
open violently; "kick in the doors
kick in
{f} (Informal) contribute to a certain cause; contribute to a collection; open with force or violently (e.g. "kick in the door"); die (Slang)
kick in the ass
defeat, act of humiliation
kick in the butt
punishment inflicted by kicking the victim in the behind
kick in the pants
{f} (Slang) scold, reprimand
kick off
To deviate a wellbore from the vertical
kick off
If you kick off your shoes, you shake your feet so that your shoes come off. She stretched out on the sofa and kicked off her shoes
kick off
To kick someone off an area of land means to force them to leave it. We can't kick them off the island
kick off
opening kick in a football game; beginning action, promotion
kick off
If an event, game, series, or discussion kicks off, or is kicked off, it begins. The shows kick off on October 24th The Mayor kicked off the party We kicked off with a slap-up dinner
kick off
Smooth, effective ball delivery
kick off
In football, when the players kick off, they start a game by kicking the ball from the centre of the pitch. Liverpool kicked off an hour ago
kick off
commence officially
kick one's heels
pass the time in a purposeless manner; wait aimlessly or hopelessly; be kept waiting
kick one's heels
wait or pass the time aimlessly or futilely; be kept waiting; "She kicked her heels for hours at the gate of the Embassy
kick out
In double-acting control valves, the automatic return of the lever to the neutral position
kick out
put out or expel from a place; "The child was expelled from the classroom"
kick out
expel, throw out, get rid of someone (Slang)
kick out
remove from a position or office; "The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds"
kick out
An ejection See Major Foul
kick out
force to leave or move out; "He was expelled from his native country"
kick out
To kick someone out of a place means to force them to leave it. The country's leaders kicked five foreign journalists out of the country Her family kicked her out. see also kick 3 = throw out
kick out
Extension of the legs to straight body position after the shape phase of a somersault is completed
kick plate
A protective sheet of metal attached to the bottom of a door
kick pleat
pleat in back of a straight skirt to allow ease in walking
kick pleat
An inverted pleat that's usually found at the corner of a flat or box-pleated skirt on a piece of upholstered furniture
kick start
{i} kick starter, pedal used to start a motorcycle engine (operated by pushing it downward)
kick start
a starter (as on a motorcycle) that is activated with the foot and the weight of the body
kick starter
{i} starter operated by pushing downward on a pedal; kick start, starter of a motorcycle, pedal used to start a motorcycle engine (operated by pushing it downward)
kick starter
A starter that is operated by kicking downward on a pedal, as on a motorcycle
kick starter
a starter (as on a motorcycle) that is activated with the foot and the weight of the body
kick the bucket
{f} (Informal) die, pass away
kick the bucket
die; "The old man finally kicked the bucket
kick the bucket
die; "The old man finally kicked the bucket"
kick the habit
{f} break free from an addiction
kick turn
A stationary turn in skiing in which one ski is lifted so that its back end touches the ground and is then pivoted to point in the opposite direction, with the body and other ski turning together to complete the maneuver
kick up
cause to rise by kicking; "kick up dust"
kick up
raising the feet backward with the hands on the ground; a first movement in doing a handstand cause to rise by kicking; "kick up dust
kick up
raising the feet backward with the hands on the ground; a first movement in doing a handstand
kick up
If you kick up dust or dirt, you create a cloud of dust or dirt as you move along a dusty road. She shuffled along, kicking up clouds of dust. = stir up
kick up
If you kick up a fuss about something, you make it very obvious that you are annoyed or dissatisfied. Those customers who have kicked up a fuss have received refunds
kick up
call forth; "Her behavior provoked a quarrel between the couple"
kick up a row
cause an argument
kick up the dust
made a fuss, protested loudly
kick upstairs
{f} (Slang) give a promotion to; promote to a higher but less desirable position
kick-ass
strong, powerful, and sometimes violent
kick-off
kick-off kick-offs in AM, use kickoff1. In football, the kick-off is the time at which a particular game starts. The kick-off is at 1.30
kick-off
Law 13 - Kick-off and Restart Kicks
kick-off
In American football, a kickoff is the kick that begins a play, for example at the beginning of a half or after a touchdown or field goal
kick-off
The kick-off of an event or activity is its beginning. People stood waiting for the kick-off of the parade
kick-off
The starting of play from the middle of the field at the beginning of each period and after a goal has been scored
التركية - الإنجليزية

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kick down valfi yayı
(Otomotiv) kick-down valve spring
kick
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