A turn; a chance: When the pages are pasted up, the Engraving Department gets its second kick at the cat/ Give everyone an opportunity to take a kick at whatever cat is up for study (1970s+)
[kik-bawl] /ˈkɪkˌbɔl/ noun 1. a children’s game, similar to baseball, in which a large inflated , as a soccer , is instead of being batted.
[kik-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈkɪkˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/ noun, Swimming. 1. a buoyant, usually small that is used to support the arms of a swimmer, used chiefly in practicing movements.
- Kick booty
verb phrase kick ass (1980s+)
noun 1. a form of boxing in which the gloved combatants may also kick with bare feet. noun 1. a martial art that resembles boxing but permits blows with the feet as well as punches