Kick-start meaning

kĭk'stärt'
To start by using a kick starter.

He kick-started the motorcycle and took off.

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To start or reinvigorate (an activity, system, or process).

Kick-start the economy with a large construction project.

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To start (a motor, motorcycle, etc.) by means of a lever attached to a pedal that one pushes sharply downward with the foot.
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To start, energize, revive, etc.
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Alternative spelling of kick start.
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Alternative spelling of kick start.
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Alternative spelling of kick start.
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Alternative spelling of kick start.
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The metal bar on motorcycle that is used to start its engine.
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The act of starting a motorcycle by quickly depressing the kick start with one's foot.

The motorcycle requires a kick start.

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A fast or strong start; help with starting or beginning well.

As a kick start for the group, let's write up some ideas.

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An impetus that starts or restarts some process.
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To start a motorcycle.
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To start or begin strongly or quickly.

To kick start your learning, let's summarize the basics.

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Origin of kick-start

From kick + start.