kick off

VERB
  1. commence officially
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How To Use kick off In A Sentence

  • A Catalan parade will kick off an exuberant evening of Catalonian dance, music and fireworks.
  • What time does the match kick off?
  • What time does the laser show kick off?
  • I kick off my flip-flops and slide into shorts and sneaks.
  • The theatre company will kick off the season with a production of The Playboy of the Western World.
  • Right, any suggestions? Jim, you kick off.
  • He's really upset, not ready to kick off just yet, but I'm not going to give him an excuse to start a barney by turning my back.
  • The melon festival will kick off here with a veritable mishmash of melon-based menu, complete with cocktails and mocktails.
  • The referee tossed a coin to decide which team should kick off.
  • It will kick off with a seminar on diet and fitness before looking at every aspect of becoming a successful pro racer.
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