Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Kick"

The meaning of "Kick" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does alive and kicking mean?
A: When someone is not just alive, but healthy. For example:
"Is your grandmother sick?"
"No, she's alive and kicking!"
Q: What does kick one in one's soft spot mean?
A: To kick someone in The place there most vulnerable
Q: What does get a kick out of ... mean?
A: To enjoy something very much
Q: What does "kick" in 1555 mean?
A: When you "kick" a habit or addiction, you stop doing it. So if you were a smoker, maybe you would try to "kick the habit" by using nicotine patches.
Q: What does "You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you." mean?
A: When something bad happens to you, it might just help you in the future, even if you don't think of it that way at the moment

Example sentences using "Kick"

Q: Please show me example sentences with kick the bucket.
A: Old Mike kicked the bucket last week - his funeral is tomorrow.
It is very informal and means "to die".
Q: Please show me example sentences with kick around.
A: from google:
(of a thing) lie unwanted or unexploited.
"the idea has been kicking around for over a year"
(of a person) drift idly from place to place.
"I kicked around picking up odd jobs"

Also: https://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/kick-around
Q: Please show me example sentences with kick on.
A: I think this is a slang term. You can read many possible slang definitions here:
https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Kick%20on
Q: Please show me example sentences with kick the bucket.
A: Hey, old man are you okay? You've better not kick the bucket yet. I'm coming for you.

The scenario is a person is rushing to the old man to rescue/help him.
Q: Please show me example sentences with kick the backet.
A: He kicked the bucket last week. (He died)

Synonyms of "Kick" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between kick in and kick ?
A: Kick just means you kicked something.

To kick in means that whatever you kicked actually collapsed.

“They kicked the door” could mean they kicked it but we don’t know if it actually did anything.

“They kicked in the door” means that when they kicked the door it burst open.
Q: What is the difference between kick back and take a break ?
A: 1) llevan significados similares pero "kick back" suena mas de "relajarse", probablemente no estuviera trabajando, "take a break" implica que estaba trabajando.

"On the weekends, I like to kick back and drink beer."
"After three hours working, I have to take a break."

2) También "kickback" es un sustantivo que significa un tipo de pago o a veces soborno legal:

"Every time we sell a car, we get a kickback from the manufacturer."
Q: What is the difference between kick and hit ?
A: you can only kick with your foot, you can hit someone with pretty much anything.
Q: What is the difference between kick ass and ass kick ?
A: I'm going to kick your ass.
You received an ass kick(means an ass is going to kick, Wich means that the ass has legs. Doesn't have common sense hahaha)
Q: What is the difference between a kick in the teeth and a pain in the neck ?
A: kick in the teeth usually means that someone treats you badly or unfairly, especially when you trust them or need them.
e.g. Finding out that my best friend had been gossiping about me behind my back was a kick in the teeth.
pain in the neck means something that's very annoying, but usually harmless.
e.g. His constant pestering was a real pain in the neck.

Translations of "Kick"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does "kick off" mean ? Is this a slang ?
A: To start, the start of a football match is called ”kick-off”.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "책상 밑으로 공을 차" = kick the ball(down or. downward) the table"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i get kick out of you
A: "I get a kick out of you" is more natural
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "kick in" and "kick off" what do they mean
I'm sure one of the two means to "start"... right?
The party kicks (in or off?) at 7PM.
A: Kicks off means it starts but kick in means(at least in terms of the party) that the party can officially start at 7 but it isn't like a party until 8 because that's when more people come and party.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? kick thing off
A: Begin the thing; get this event started

Other questions about "Kick"

Q: A: I started doing kick boxing a couple of months ago.
B: Sounds cool. I want to do that too. does this sound natural?
A: I would suggest changing...
kick boxing → kickboxing
Q: Why is it said "kick the bucket"?
A: Bucket used to mean a frame that was used to hang animals/people, and when they die they kick the frame(bucket) from post mortem spasm.
Its a theory and it sounds somber
Q: i can use "kick ass" either about a person or a thing, but can't i say "badass" about stuff?
A: Bad ass can be used for things. For example. " that's a bad ass guitar!" Or " that's a bad ass tattoo!" Bad ass could be used for people as well. For example " that's a bad ass woman". It's just used to express something is really cool.
Q: If you don't realize it by now, go outside and kick your dumb ass! does this sound natural?
A: "just go outside and kick your own dumb ass"
Q: What does "kick"s in 389, 392 mean?
A: It's a slang term to mean 'doing something an old way.' So she wants them to adopt how people did in the past with no contact. So the joke is where in the bible Moses' mother lets him off as a baby in a basket is so 'old school' it's 'Old Testament'

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