Kick off - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈkɪk ˈɒf|  American pronunciation of the word kick off
Brit.  |ˈkɪkɒf|  British pronunciation of the word kick off

verb

- commence officially (syn: inaugurate)

Extra examples

Well, I really must kick off now, I've stayed long enough.

...I'll kick off the discussion on ethics with this question....

...surprisingly, the recluse was worth a cool million when he kicked off...

Who will kick off with the first question for our speaker?

What time does this afternoon's game kick off?

I hear poor old Charlie has kicked off!

That old washing machine has kicked off again!

What time does the laser show kick off?

OK Marion, would you care to kick off?

I'm going to kick off today's meeting with a few remarks about the budget.

I think it might kick off in here with all these football fans around.

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