Meaning of “kick something off (with something)” in the English Dictionary

American

"kick something off (with something)" in American English

See all translations

kick something off (with something)

phrasal verb with kick us /kɪk/ verb [ I/T ]

to begin an event or period of time, esp. with an activity:

We like to kick off the summer with a barbecue.

(Definition of “kick something off (with something)” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)