- Kick start – begin e.g. a kick-starter meeting of an IT project.
- Kick a habit – to stop doing something e.g. smoking.
- Kick off – the start of a football match.
- Kick in – begin to take affect – the medicine will kick in after 10-minutes.
- To kick ass – use force to achieve your goal e.g.
I need to kick some ass to make my sales team perform properly.
- Kick ass -(adjective)- very good – I have a kick ass Gibson guitar.
- Kick the bucket – die.