Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом kick. Страница три

Словосочетания со словом kick. Страница три

kick up a fuss
kick up a row
raise a row
kick up a dust
To make trouble; make a disturbance.
When the teacher gave the class five more hours of homework, the class kicked up a fuss.
When the teacher left the room, two boys kicked up a row.
kick up one's heels
To have a merry time; celebrate.
Весело проводить время; праздновать.
When exams were over the students went to town to kick up their heels.
Mary was usually very quiet but at the farewell party she kicked up her heels and had a wonderful time.
After the exams, we kicked up our heels and had a really good party.
После экзаменов мы пошли развлекаться и устроили отличную вечеринку.
kick up
To show signs of not working right.
John had had too much to eat and his stomach started to kick up.
After working well for a year the air conditioner suddenly started kicking up.
Money paid illegally for favorable treatment.
He was arrested for making kickback payments.
The start of something, like a new venture, a business, a sports event, or a concert season.
Beethoven's Ninth will be the kickoff for this summer season at Ravinia.
like kicking dead whales down the beach
Бесполезное или мало эффективное дело<
Getting him to adopt the new method is like kicking dead whales down the beach.
Почти безнадежно заставить его применять новый метод.
A companion; a close friend of lesser status.
Wherever you see Dr. Howell, Dr. Percy, his youthful sidekick is sure to be present as well.