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Meaning of “kick (sth) off” - Learner’s Dictionary

kick (sth) off

informal phrasal verb with kick     /kɪk/ verb
When you kick off a discussion or activity, you start it.Starting and beginningStarting again
Translations of “kick (sth) off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 開始(討論或活動)…
in Russian начинать, открывать…
in Turkish bir tartışmayı/eylemi başlatmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 开始(讨论或活动)…
in Polish zaczynać ( coś )…
(Definition of kick (sth) off from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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