suomi-englanti sanakirja

kick englannista suomeksi

  1. potkaista

  2. hankkiutua eroon, lopettaa

  3. potkaisu

  4. tehdä maali

  5. sävärit

  6. kiukuttelu, ruikutus, valitus

  7. potku

  8. potkaista jalat ilmaan

  9. purnata

  10. potkia

  1. potkaista once, potkia continuously

  2. potkaista

  3. poistaa, potkaista, potkia, heittää ulos

  4. soimata itseään">soimata itseään

  5. potku

  6. Verbi

kick englanniksi

  1. To strike or hit with the foot or other extremity of the leg.

  2. ''Did you kick your brother?''

  3. 1895, (w), ''XII|Lilith'', Chapter XII: Friends and Foes,

  4. I was cuffed by the women and kicked by the men because I would not swallow it.
  5. 1905, (w), ''for Player and Spectator/Chapter 6|Football for Player and Spectator'', Chapter 6,

  6. A punt is made by letting the ball drop from the hands and kicking it just before it touches the ground.
  7. 1919, (w), ''Winesburg, Ohio'', "The Teacher: concerning Kate Swift,"

  8. Will Henderson, who had on a light overcoat and no overshoes, kicked the heel of his left foot with the toe of the right.
  9. (quote-journal)

  10. To make a sharp jerking movement of the leg, as to strike something.

  11. (ux)

  12. (RQ:Sewell Black Beauty)

  13. 1904, (w), ''Bobbsey Twins/chapter2|The Bobbsey Twins'', Chapter II: Rope Jumping, and What Followed,

  14. "If you did that, I'd kick," answered Freddie, and began to kick real hard into the air.
  15. To direct to a particular place by a blow with the foot or leg.

  16. ''Kick the ball into the goal.''

  17. 1905, (w), ''for Player and Spectator/Chapter 6|Football for Player and Spectator'', Chapter 7,

  18. Sometimes he can kick the ball forward along the ground until it is kicked in goal, where he can fall on it for a touchdown.
  19. To eject summarily.

  20. 1936 October, (w), ''s:The Conquerin' Hero of the Humbolts|The Conquerin' Hero of the Humbolts'', published in ''Stories|Action Stories''

  21. "He's been mad at me ever since I fired him off'n my payroll. After I kicked him off'n my ranch he run for sheriff, and the night of the election everybody was so drunk they voted for him by mistake, or for a joke, or somethin', and since he's been in office he's been lettin' the sheepmen steal me right out of house and home."
  22. 1976 February 3, (w), ''Letter to Hobbyists|An Open Letter to Hobbyists'',

  23. They are the ones who give hobbyists a bad name, and should be kicked out of any club meeting they show up at.
  24. (quote-song)| title=(w)|album=(w)| passage=Dial 1-900-Mix-a-Lot and kick them nasty thoughts.

  25. To forcibly remove a participant from an online activity.

  26. ''He was kicked from the IRC server for flooding.''

  27. To overcome (a bothersome or difficult issue or obstacle); to free oneself of (a problem).

  28. ''I still smoke, but they keep telling me to kick the habit.''

  29. To move or push suddenly and violently.

  30. ''He was kicked sideways by the force of the blast.''

  31. 2011, Tom Andry, ''Bob Moore: No Hero''

  32. The back of the car kicked out violently, forcing me to steer into the slide and accelerate in order to maintain control.
  33. To recoil; to push by recoiling.

  34. 2003, Jennifer C. D. Groomes, ''The Falcon Project'', page 174,

  35. Lying on the ground, when fired, it kicked me back a foot. There was no way a person my size was going to be able to do an effective job with this gun.
  36. 2006, Daniel D. Scherschel, ''Maple Grove'', page 81,

  37. I asked my sister Jeanette if she wanted to shoot the 12 ga. shotgun. She replied, "does it kick"?
  38. To attack (a piece) in order to force it to move.

  39. To accelerate quickly with a few pedal strokes in an effort to break away from other riders.

  40. ''Contador kicks again to try to rid himself of Rasmussen.''

  41. To show opposition or resistance.

  42. To work a press by impact of the foot on a treadle.

  43. To reset (a timer).

  44. 1999, Michael Barr, ''Programming Embedded Systems in C and C++'' (page 98)

  45. In the meantime, it is possible for the embedded software to “kick” the watchdog timer, to reset its counter to the original large number.
  46. 2012, Tarek Sobh, Khaled Elleithy, ''Emerging Trends in Computing, Informatics, Systems Sciences, and Engineering'' (page 763)

  47. From now on the process has to periodically kick the watchdog timer in intervals shorter than the initialization interval.
  48. To reproach oneself for making a mistake or missing an opportunity.

  49. (syn)

  50. A hit or strike with the leg, foot or knee.

  51. 1890, Riis|Jacob Riis, ''the Other Half Lives/Chapter VII|How the Other Half Lives'', Chapter VII: A Raid on the Stable-Beer Dives,

  52. A kick of his boot-heel sent the door flying into the room.
  53. 2011, Phil McNulty, ''Euro 2012: Montenegro 2-2 England''

  54. Elsad Zverotic gave Montenegro hope with a goal with the last kick of the first half - and when Rooney was deservedly shown red by referee Wolfgang Stark, England were placed under pressure they could not survive.
  55. The action of swinging a foot or leg.

  56. Something that tickles the fancy; something fun or amusing.

  57. The removal of a person from an online activity.

  58. Any bucking motion of an object that lacks legs or feet.

  59. Piquancy.

  60. 2002, Ellen and Michael Albertson, ''Temptations'', Books|Fireside, (ISBN), page 124

  61. Add a little cascabel pepper to ordinary tomato sauce to give it a kick.
  62. {{quote-book|en|year=2003|author=Sheree Bykofsky|author2=Megan Buckley|title=Sexy City Cocktails|url=|page=129|publisher=Media|Adams Media|isbn=1580629172

  63. 2007 August 27, Lane|Anthony Lane, "Lone Sailors", The New Yorker|''The New Yorker'', volume 83, Issues 22-28

  64. The first time I saw "Deep Water," the trace of mystery in the Crowhurst affair gave the movie a kick of excitement.
  65. A stimulation provided by an intoxicating substance.

  66. A pass played by kicking with the foot.

  67. The distance traveled by kicking the ball.

  68. The recoil of a gun.

  69. A pocket.(R:Partridge New)

  70. (RQ:Mezzrow Blues)
  71. An increase in speed in the final part of a running race.

  72. (synonym of)

  73. To die.

  74. (quote-book)

  75. To be emphatically excellent.

  76. ''That band really kicks.''

  77. (zh-alt form)

  78. (seeCites)

  79. (l), (l) (gloss)

  80. (nl-verb form of)

  81. (verb form of)

  82. (verb form of)