money-kick


money-kick
Australian Slang
pocket, wallet and its contents

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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  • Money-kick — pocket, wallet and its contents …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • kick — kick1 [ kık ] verb *** 1. ) intransitive or transitive to hit something or someone with your foot: Mom! Jimmy kicked me! Some children will bite and kick when they get angry. kick something open/closed/shut: Jerry kicked the door open. kick… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • kick — kick1 verb 1》 strike or propel forcibly with the foot.     ↘strike out with the foot or feet.     ↘(chiefly in rugby) score (a goal) by a kick. 2》 informal succeed in giving up (a habit or addiction). 3》 (of a gun) recoil when fired. noun 1》 an… …   English new terms dictionary

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  • kick — [kɪk] verb kick in phrasal verb 1. [intransitive] informal if a system, arrangement, event etc kicks in, it begins to have an effect: • Many lawyers are hurrying to arrange settlements before the new tax rules kick in. 2. [intransitive,… …   Financial and business terms

  • kick — kick1 [kik] vi. [ME kiken < ?] 1. to strike out with the foot or feet, as in anger, or in swimming, dancing, etc. 2. to spring back suddenly, as a gun when fired; recoil 3. to bounce or ricochet, often in a way that is unexpected or seemingly… …   English World dictionary

  • kick|back — kick back «KIHK BAK», verb. –intransitive verb. 1. to spring back suddenly and unexpectedly: »The gun kicked back with great force. 2. Informal. to relax, unwind or take it easy: »the local watering hole where semiconductor scientists kicked back …   Useful english dictionary

  • kick back — {v.}, {slang}, {informal} To pay money illegally for favorable contract arrangements. * /I will do it if you kick back a few hundred for my firm./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • kick back — {v.}, {slang}, {informal} To pay money illegally for favorable contract arrangements. * /I will do it if you kick back a few hundred for my firm./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • kick up a fuss — (or a stink) informal object loudly or publicly to something * * * kick up a ˈfuss, ˈstink, etc. idiom (informal) to complain loudly about sth • They ll usually give you your money back if you threaten to kick up a stink …   Useful english dictionary


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