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|present participle||kicking off|
|past tense||kicked off|
|past participle||kicked off|
The show kicks off this week at the Moscone Centre in San Francisco.
I’d like to kick off with a quick look at last month’s sales figures.
He was kicked off the course for failing to hand in any work.
He just kicked off without any warning when he saw her.
This is the British English definition of kick off. View American English definition of kick off.