Definitions for kick-off
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the opening kick of each half of a game of football.
the opening sequence of any event
Origin: kick + off
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Every day brings a chance for you to draw in a breath, kick off your shoes, and dance.
Why should it always be Iowa and New Hampshire? There are plenty of states with two or three electoral votes that could kick off the process, but it's not going to change.
I do n’t know why I had that one, i was in the dressing room with an hour to go before kick off when Sir Alex Ferguson( Manchester United manager) saw Manchester United manager and made me shave Manchester United manager off.
Those who can't hear the music always laugh contemptuously at the dancing stars, thinking that those dancers must be crazy. You must ignore their mocking laughter, just kick off your shoes, and keep on dancing like there is nobody watching. "You're the Dancing Queen. You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life." - as ᗅᗺᗷᗅ said it so appropriately. Never miss a chance to dance, and the last laugh will always be yours. Continuer danse, Danser étoile!
So. The time has come for me to get my kite flying, stretch out in the sun, kick off my shoes, and speak my piece. 'The days of struggle are over,' I should be able to say. 'I can look back now and tell myself I don't have a single regret.' But I do. Many years ago a very wise man named Bernard Baruch took me aside and put his arm around my shoulder. 'Harpo, my boy,' he said, 'I'm going to give you three pieces of advice, three things you should always remember.' My heart jumped and I glowed with expectation. I was going to hear the magic password to a rich, full life from the master himself. 'Yes, sir' I said. And he told me the three things. I regret that I've forgotten what they were.
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