kick off (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb kick off (1)INFORMAL
Meaning: to start something like a game, a meeting or a concertSynonym: start, begin
- kick off The game kicks off at 5 o'clock, so we should meet outside the stadium at around 4.
- kick off sth What time will you kick off tomorrow's meeting?
- kick sth off Madonna kicked her tour off with a huge show in Los Angeles.
Nouns often used as subjects with kick off (1): game, match, show, meeting, conference, convention, concert, tour, party
As soon as the game kicks off, the players will
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Contributor: Matt Errey