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To kick someone or something

kick

verb

to hit someone or something with your foot

fight back

to hit or kick someone who is attacking you

boot

verb

to kick something or someone hard

set about

to attack someone by hitting or kicking them many times

kick someone’s face/teeth/head in

to hurt someone badly by kicking them

kick the door in

to break a door by kicking it

put/stick the boot in

to kick someone

kick/beat the shit out of someone

to kick or hit someone very hard

kick out

to try to hit or attack someone suddenly and violently with your foot

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