kick in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- છોડી દેવી ⇄ kick gujarati
- તાત્કાલિક ઉત્સાહ ⇄ kick gujarati
- દડાને લાત મારીને ગોલ માર વો ⇄ kick gujarati
- બંદૂકનો પ્રત્યાઘાત –પાછો ધક્કો. ઉત્તેજક પરિણામ ⇄ kick gujarati
- રોમાંચ ⇄ kick gujarati
- લાત ⇄ kick gujarati
- લાત મા રીને કાઢી મૂકવું ⇄ kick gujarati
- લાત મારીને દૂર કરવું – ખસેડવું ⇄ kick gujarati
- લાતનો પ્રહાર ⇄ kick gujarati
- – ને લાત મારવી ⇄ kick gujarati
kick in Marathi मराठी
kick in English
- kick ⇄ adj. kickable. english
- kick ⇄ expr. for kicks, (Slang.) for the pleasure derived from something.
Ex. He played the game just for kicks.english
- kick ⇄ expr. kick around (or about), (Informal.)
a. to treat roughly or harshly; abuse.
Ex. The boys kicked around the old bottle till it broke. ""Pretty soon you won't have Johnson to kick around any more"" (New York Times).
- kick ⇄ expr. kick back,
a. (Informal.) to spring back suddenly and unexpectedly.
Ex. The gun kicked back with great force.
b. (Slang.) to return (a stolen item) to its owner.
Ex. The thief kicked back the wallet but kept the money. <english
- kick ⇄ expr. kick in the teeth. See under teeth. english
- kick ⇄ expr. kick in, (Slang.)
a. to pay what is due or expected.
Ex. The CBC started kicking in $5,000 a day for private detectives to guard employees' homes the clock around (Maclean's).
b. to die.
Ex. Sick and jaded, the old horse fenglish
- kick ⇄ expr. kick off,
a. to put a football in play with a kick at the beginning of each half and after a score has been made.
Ex. The visiting team kicked off.
b. (Slang, Figurative.) to begin.
Ex. ... a farewell dinner and a 30-day Eenglish
- kick ⇄ expr. kick one's heels. See under heel (1). english
- kick ⇄ expr. kick oneself, (Informal.) to reproach oneself.
Ex. How [he] must have kicked himself for missing an obvious trick like that (Manchester Guardian Weekly).english
- kick ⇄ expr. kick out, (Informal.) to expel or turn out with a kick, or in a humiliating or disgraceful way.
Ex. to be kicked out of school.english
- kick ⇄ expr. kick over the traces. See under trace (2). english
- kick ⇄ expr. kick over, (Informal.) to start to ignite.
Ex. The dead battery wouldn't kick over the car's engine. The oil furnace ... would not tick or kick over (Alistair Cooke).english
- kick ⇄ expr. kick the bucket. See under bucket. english
- kick ⇄ expr. kick up one's heels. See under heel (1). english
- kick ⇄ expr. kick up,
a. to raise (dust or some other substance) by or as if by kicking.
Ex. The soldiers kicked up a cloud of dust as they rode off.
b. (Informal, Figurative.) to bring about; start.
Ex. to kick up a rumpus.
- kick ⇄ expr. kick upstairs, (Informal.) to promote (a person) to a higher but less powerful or important position.
Ex. kicked upstairs from the Secretariat to the largely ceremonial chairmanship (Time).english
- kick ⇄ expr. kicks, (Slang.)
Ex. Old Georgy's bang-up togs and kicks ... (Thomas Moore).
Ex. Let's put on some kicks and go for a walk.english
- kick ⇄ expr. more kicks than halfpence, more harshness than kindness.
Ex. like monkey's allowance ... more kicks than halfpence (Scott).english
- kick ⇄ kick, verb, noun. english
- kick ⇄ noun 1. the act of kicking; a blow with the foot.
Ex. The horse's kick knocked the boy down.
2a. the recoil or backward spring of a gun when it is fired.
Ex. The kick of the rifle disconcerts your aim (James Fenimore Cooper).
- kick ⇄ v.i. 1. to strike out with the foot.
Ex. That horse kicks when anyone comes near him.
2. to spring back or recoil when fired.
Ex. This shotgun kicks.
3. (Informal, Figurative.) to grumble; find fault; complain; object:english
- kick ⇄ v.t. 1. to strike with the foot.
Ex. to kick a ball. The horse kicked the boy.
2. to strike with a strong impact.
Ex. The gun kicked my shoulder.
3a. to drive, force, or move (a thing) by or as if by kicking.
Ex. to kick aenglish