Phrasal Verb: Kick off

Phrasal Verb: Kick off


Meaning: Start a game of football

Example: The match KICKS OFF at three o'clock.

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Phrasal Verb: Kick off


Meaning: Die

Example: He KICKED OFF last month when he had a massive heart attack.

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Phrasal Verb: Kick off


Meaning: When trouble starts

Example: The fight KICKED OFF when he insulted the guy's girlfriend.

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Phrasal Verb: Kick off


Meaning: Argue, protest and refuse to co-operate

Example: He started KICKING OFF big time when the police tried to arrest him.

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