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idioms involving kick
To begin strongly
The ad agency suggested we kick off the new ad campaign with a series of jazz concerts.
To discuss, think about
Let's kick around these ideas over the weekend and meet again on Monday.
Get a kick out of
To enjoy, to find amusing
Jun-san seems to really get a kick out of watching reality TV shows.
Kick into high gear
Increase in speed or intensity
The sales team is going to have to kick into high gear this week to reach their monthly goal.
On a kick
Driven, focused on achieving something
Our supervisor is on a productivity kick right now so we aren't allowed to make personal phone calls at work.