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kick off

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of kick off

  1. 1 to take the first step in (a process or course of action) I'll kick off the discussion on ethics with this question Synonyms of kick off commence, embark (on or upon), enter (into or upon), fall (to), get off, begin, launch, lead off, open, start, strike (into)Words Related to kick off create, generate, inaugurate, initiate, innovate, invent, originate; adopt, embrace, take on, take up; establish, father, found, institute, organize, pioneer, set up, spawn; get around (to), get down (to), get round (to)Near Antonyms of kick off cease, desist, discontinue, halt, knock off, lay off, quit, stop; close, complete; abandon, forsake, leave; abolish, demolish, destroy, exterminate, extinguish, phase outAntonyms of kick off conclude, end, finish, terminate

  2. 2 slang  to stop living surprisingly, the recluse was worth a cool million when he kicked off Synonyms of kick off check out, conk (out), croak [slang], decease, demise, depart, drop, end, exit, expire, fall, flatline, go, kick in [slang], die [slang], pass (on), pass away, part, peg out [chiefly British], perish, pop off, step out, succumbWords Related to kick off predecease; consume, disappear, dry up, fade, failNear Antonyms of kick off come to, revive; linger; be, exist, subsist; flourish, prosper, thriveAntonyms of kick off breathe, live



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