kick - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "kick" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

kick / удар, пинок, удар ногой
имя существительное
hit, impact, blow, strike, shock, kick
kick, bunt, jab, dig, footer
удар ногой
kick, punt
kick, buck, fling, fling out
имя существительное
a blow or forceful thrust with the foot.
a kick in the head
a sudden forceful jolt.
the shuttle accelerated with a kick
the sharp stimulant effect of something, especially alcohol.
Cannabis is often an intermediary drug, used before the user moves onto harder drugs, when the kick of cannabis wears off.
soft sports shoes; sneakers.
when your energy or motivation dips, a new pair of kicks can get you moving again
an indentation in the bottom of a glass bottle, diminishing the internal capacity.
strike or propel forcibly with the foot.
police kicked down the door
succeed in giving up (a habit or addiction).
Some people have said it's easier to withdraw from heroin than to kick the tobacco habit.
(of a gun) recoil when fired.
The gun kicked so hard, Bethany smacked herself in the forehead.
He had conditioned himself to ignore the kick and the sharp report, and to hold the sights steady and press the trigger smoothly.
A post-mortem examination revealed he died as a result of a single blow to the neck, probably a kick .
We have found too, that these younger patients have a great deal to contribute to our entire treatment programme through their energy and enthusiasm and that they get a kick out of doing so.
I would suggest that increased numbers in 2003 had more to do with last year's hot summer than a sudden health kick by visitors.
Many recruits were worried about the kick of a rifle.
a kick in the head
On any given day there are literally thousands of people trying to kick the smoking habit.
This wine has a deep purple colour, with a lively kick of dark fruit and warm cinnamon spices.
Despite a promise to kick the nicotine habit, he has only managed to cut down from three packs a day to an almost respectable one.
the jogging kick