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Translation of "kick-off" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

kick-off

noun [C or U] ( US kickoff)     /ˈkɪk.ɒf/ US  /-ɑːf/
UK the time when a game of football starts, or when it begins again after it has stopped because of a goal, etc. (足球比賽的)開球,開賽,中線開球 →  See also kick off ,at kick verb Football/soccerGeneral terms used in ball sports
informal the time when an activity starts (活動的)開始 Beginnings and starts
(Definition of kick-off noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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