kick verb Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary
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Meaning of “kick” - Learner’s Dictionary

kick

verb
 
 
/kɪk/
HIT [I, T] A1 to hit or move something or someone with your foot: The boys were kicking a ball back and forth. She kicked me in the stomach. They tried to kick the door down.Hitting against objects accidentally and colliding
MOVE LEGS [I] to move your feet and legs forwards or backwards quickly and with force: I kicked at them and screamed for help.Making short, sudden movements
kick yourself informal to be very annoyed with yourself for doing something stupid or wrong: I could have kicked myself for saying that. →  See also be alive and kicking/well Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
(Definition of kick verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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