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to hit someone or something with your foot
to hit or kick someone who is attacking you
informal to kick something or someone hard
old-fashioned to attack someone by hitting or kicking them many times
to hurt someone badly by kicking them
to break a door by kicking it
to kick someone
to kick or hit someone very hard
to try to hit or attack someone suddenly and violently with your foot
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