Буква K

  • kick around

    плохо, грубо обращаться

    Ron's stepfather treats his stepson very badly; he is always kicking him around.
  • kick back

    расслабляться, отдыхать

    Paul was going to kick back, but his mother told him to clear the mess in his room.
  • kick in (some money or something)

    внести пожертвование (деньги или что-либо ещё)

    Everybody was ready to kick in and collect some clothes for needy children.
  • kick off

    начинать (досл. вбрасывать мяч и начинать игру)

    They kicked off the election campaign a few months before the elections.
  • kick oneself

    сожалеть

    Jonny kicked himself for not having taken advantage of the situation.
  • kick out (someone)

    выгнать кого-либо

    "If you misbehave and disrupt the class, you may be kicked out of school."
  • kick the bucket

    умереть, "сыграть в ящик"

    Alan hoped he would kick the bucket before he is as old as his Grandfather.
  • kick the habit

    отвыкать от плохой привычки

    Peter has been smoking for years, and he has never tried to kick the habit.
  • kick up one's heels

    веселиться, резвиться

    They kicked up their heels at Bob's birthday party last week.