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to kick it [Am.: mostly west coast] [sl.] [to hang out] chillen [ugs.]
to kick it [coll.] [short for: kick the bucket] [idiom]den Löffel abgeben [ugs.] [sterben] [Redewendung]
to kick it [short for: kick the bucket] [coll.] [to die] [idiom] ins Gras beißen [ugs.] [sterben] [Redewendung]
to kick it into high gear [Am.] in die Vollen gehen
to kick it with sb. [sl.] mit jdm. seine Freizeit verbringen
to kick it with sb. [sl.] mit jdm. herumhängen [ugs.]
to kick off anstoßen
to kick off [coll.] wegtreten
to kick off [coll.]beginnen
to kick off [coll.] [begin] losgehen [ugs.] [beginnen]
to kick off a discussion [idiom]eine Diskussion lostreten [Redewendung]
to kick off a run of victorieseine Siegesserie starten
to kick off sth. [coll.] [e.g. shoes]etw. [Akk.] wegschleudern [Schuhe usw.]
to kick one's heels [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] Däumchen drehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick one's heels [Br.] [idiom] [be kept waiting]sich [Dat.] die Beine in den Bauch stehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick oneself [coll.] [idiom] sich [Akk., auch Dat.] in den Arsch beißen [derb] [Redewendung] [sich sehr ärgern]
to kick oneself for sth. [fig.]sich Vorwürfe machen wegen etw.
to kick out [horse]auskeilen [Pferd]
to kick (out) against sb./sth.gegen jdn./etw. aufmucken [ugs.]
to kick over the tracesständig aus der Rolle fallen
to kick over the traces [Br.] über die Stränge schlagen
to kick sb.jdm. einen Stoß geben
to kick sb.auf jdn. eintreten
to kick sb. about jdn. herumstoßen
to kick sb. aroundjdn. herumstoßen [fig.]
to kick sb. back [after having been kicked] jdn. zurücktreten [nachdem man getreten wurde]
to kick sb. in the crotchjdn. zwischen die Beine treten
to kick sb. in the crown jewels [idiom] jdm./jdn. in seine edleren Körperteile treten [Redewendung]
to kick sb. in the head jdm. / jdn. gegen den Kopf treten
to kick sb. in the shin jdm. gegen das Schienbein treten
to kick sb. in the stomach jdm. vor den Leib treten [geh.]
to kick sb. off [coll.] [committee, parliament] jdn. rauswählen [ugs.]
to kick sb. off the team jdn. aus dem Team werfen
to kick sb. outjdn. ausstoßen
to kick sb. out jdm. den Laufpass geben [ugs.] [jdn. aus dem Zimmer werfen]
to kick sb. out jdn. hinausbefördern
to kick sb. out [coll.] jdn. hinauswerfen [ugs.]
to kick sb. out [coll.]jdn. rausschmeißen [ugs.]
to kick sb. out [coll.]jdn. ausbooten [ugs.] [aus seiner Stellung entfernen / verdrängen]
to kick sb. out [coll.]jdn. rauswerfen [ugs.] [aus der Wohnung etc.]
to kick sb. out [coll.] [committee, parliament] jdn. rauswählen [ugs.]
to kick sb. out of their office jdn. aus dem / seinem Amt jagen
to kick sb. to death jdn. tottreten [mit Tritten töten]
to kick sb. to the curb [Am.] jdn. in die Wüste schicken
to kick sb. up the arse [Br.] [vulg.]jdm. einen Arschtritt geben [vulg.]
to kick sb. upstairs jdn. die Stiege hinaufstoßen
to kick sb. when he's downjdn. treten, der schon am Boden liegt
to kick (sb./sth.)(jdn./etw.) treten
to kick (some) ideas around [coll.] [idiom]mit Ideen spielen [Redewendung]
to kick sth. about [a ball or something used like a ball]etw. [Akk.] herumkicken
to kick sth. away etw. wegstoßen
to kick sth. away etw. [Akk.] wegtreten
to kick sth. down etw. [Akk.] nach unten treten.
to kick sth. down the road [esp. Am.] [idiom]etw. vor sich [Dat.] herschieben [fig.]
to kick sth. into touch [coll.] [fig.] [Br.] etw. aufschieben
to kick sth. off [coll.] [e.g. shoes] etw. [Akk.] von sich [Dat.] schleudern [Schuhe]
to kick sth. off [e.g. bedcovers] etw. [Akk.] wegstrampeln [Decke etc.]
to kick sth. off [idiom] [initiate] etw. lostreten [Redewendung] [beginnen]
to kick sth. open [a door]etw. auftreten [eine Tür]
to kick sth. shut etw. [Akk.] zutreten [Türe etc. mit einem Fußtritt schließen]
to kick the ball backden Ball zurückschießen
to kick (the ball) aboutbolzen [ugs.]
to kick the beam [idiom] [of the lighter arm of a loaded balance] emporschnellen
to kick the bucket [coll.] vom Stangerl fallen [ugs.] [sterben] [bayer.]
to kick the bucket [coll.] [idiom]verrecken [ugs.]
to kick the bucket [coll.] [idiom] ins Gras beißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick the bucket [coll.] [idiom]den Löffel abgeben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick the bucket [coll.] [idiom] abkratzen [derb] [sterben]
to kick the bucket [coll.] [idiom]krepieren [ugs.]
to kick the bucket [coll.] [to die] draufgehen [ugs.] [sterben]
to kick the bucket [coll.] [to die] hopsgehen [ugs.] [sterben]
to kick the can down the road [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [delay a decision in hopes that the problem or issue will go away] ein / das Problem aussitzen wollen [ugs.]
to kick the door shutdie Tür mit dem Fuß zustoßen
to kick the weed [coll.] [give up smoking] das Rauchen aufgeben
to kick things off [coll.] anfangen
to kick up [coll.]sich sträuben
to kick up a breeze [coll.] [idiom]Bewegung schaffen
to kick up a breeze [coll.] [idiom]lärmen
to kick up a breeze [coll.] [idiom](einen) Streit verursachen
to kick up a breeze [coll.] [idiom] Unruhe stiften
to kick up a breeze [coll.] [idiom] [start a rumor]ein Gerücht in Umlauf bringen
to kick up a fuss [coll.] [idiom]ein Theater inszenieren [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick up a fuss [coll.] [idiom] Rabatz machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick up a fuss [coll.] [idiom] einen Wirbel machen [Redewendung]
to kick up a fuss [coll.] [idiom] ein Theater machen [fig.] [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sich beschweren]
to kick up a fuss [coll.] [idiom]Krawall schlagen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick up a fuss [coll.] [idiom]Rambazamba machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick up a fuss [coll.] [idiom] Stunk machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick up a row [coll.] [idiom] Radau machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick up a row [coll.] [idiom] Stunk machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick up a rumpus over sth. [coll.] [idiom] wegen etw. [meist Gen., auch Dat.] Krach schlagen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick up a shindy [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] ein Fass aufmachen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick up a shindy [coll.] [idiom] zetern
to kick up a stink [coll.] [idiom] herumstänkern [ugs.]
to kick up a stink [coll.] [idiom]Stunk machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to kick up a terrible fuss [coll.] [idiom]wie ein (heiliges) Donnerwetter dreinfahren [Redewendung]
to kick up against sth.sich gegen etw. spreizen [wehren]
to kick up dust aufstäuben [Staub aufwirbeln]
to kick up one's heels [Am.] [idiom]auf den Putz hauen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [ausgelassen sein]
to kick up one's heels [idiom]einen draufmachen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
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