kɪk n. strike or blow delivered by the foot; thrusting movement of the legs (as in swimming); recoil; power, strength (Slang); thrill, exciting feeling (Slang); temporary infatuation, temporary fascination (Slang) v. strike with the foot; make a thrusting movement with the foot (as in swimming); recoil; score a goal (Football); complain, protest (Slang); be alive and full of energy; temporarily throw out of an Internet channel (Computers)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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