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kick

US [kɪk]
UK [kɪk]
  • n.踢;踢腿;踢脚;极度刺激
  • v.踢;踹;踢蹬;踢(腿)
  • Web踢人;井涌;踢击
Simple Present:kicks  Present Participle:kicking  Past Tense:kicked  
Kick
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v.
1.
[t][i]
踢;踹to hit sb/sth with your foot
She was punched and kicked by her attackers.
她遭到袭击者的拳打脚踢。
Stop kicking─it hurts!
别踢了,好痛!
The boys were kicking a ball around in the yard.
男孩们在院子里踢球。
Vandals had kicked the door down.
破坏公物者把门踹倒了。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
踢蹬;踢(腿)to move your legs as if you were kicking sth
The dancers kicked their legs in the air.
舞蹈员做了空中踢腿的动作。
The child was dragged away, kicking and screaming .
这孩子又踢又叫地被拖走了。
3.
[t]
(informal)
~ yourself
(因干了蠢事、失去良机等)对(自己)生气to be annoyed with yourself because you have done sth stupid, missed an opportunity, etc.
He'll kick himself when he finds out he could have had the job.
一旦发现他本可以得到这个工作,他会感到懊恼的。
4.
[t]
~ sth
踢球得分;射门得分to score points by kicking the ball
to kick a penalty/goal
罚点球得分;射门得分
IDM
kick (some/sbs) ass
惩罚,击败(某人)to punish or defeat sb
kick the bucket
(informal)
死;翘辫子;蹬腿儿to die
kick the habit, drug, booze, etc.
戒除恶习;戒毒;戒酒to stop doing sth harmful that you have done for a long time
We were kicking our heels, waiting for some customers.
我们百无聊赖地等待顾客光临。
kick your heels
无聊地等待to have nothing to do while you are waiting for sb/sth
We were kicking our heels, waiting for some customers.
我们百无聊赖地等待顾客光临。
kick sb in the teeth
粗暴对待某人;使极度失望to treat sb badly or fail to give them help when they need it
He tends to deal with disputes by kicking them into the long grass.
他处理争议的方法往往是置之不理。
kick sth into the long grass/into touch
搁置;置之不理to reject, remove or stop dealing with a problem
He tends to deal with disputes by kicking them into the long grass.
他处理争议的方法往往是置之不理。
kick over the traces
(开始)不听话,不守规矩,不受管束to start to behave badly and refuse to accept any discipline or control
kick up a fuss, stink, etc.
(informal)
吵闹;闹事;起哄to complain loudly about sth
kick up your heels
(informal)
轻轻松松;尽情享乐to be relaxed and enjoy yourself
kick sb upstairs
(informal)
使某人明升暗降;以升迁为名排斥某人to move sb to a job that seems to be more important but which actually has less power or influence
kick sb when theyre down
落井下石to continue to hurt sb when they are already defeated, etc.
n.
1.
踢;踢脚;踢腿a movement with the foot or the leg, usually to hit sth with the foot
the first kick of the game
比赛的开球
She gave him a kick on the shin.
她朝他的小腿踢了一脚。
He aimed a kick at the dog.
他对准狗踢了一脚。
If the door won't open, give it a kick.
门要是打不开就踹一下。
She needs a kick up the backside(= she needs to be strongly encouraged to do sth or to behave better) .
她需要敲打敲打。
2.
(informal)
极度刺激;极度兴奋;极大的乐趣a strong feeling of excitement and pleasure
I get a kick out of driving fast cars.
开快车给我带来极大的乐趣。
He gets his kicks from hurting other people.
他以伤害他人为乐。
What do you do for kicks ?
你以什么来寻求刺激呢?
3.
[ususing]
(informal)
(毒品或酒精的)效力,刺激性the strong effect that a drug or an alcoholic drink has
This drink has quite a kick.
这酒的劲相当大。
IDM
a kick in the teeth
(informal)
极度的失望;沉重的打击;重大的挫折a great disappointment; sth that hurts sb/sth emotionally

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