kick off (something) or kick (something) off
to begin something, to launch something, to start something
The department store kicked off their summer sale early Saturday morning.
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  • kick oneself
  • kick out (someone) or kick (someone) out
  • kick over
  • kick the bucket
  • kick the habit
  • kick up a fuss/storm
  • kick up one`s heels
  • kid around (with someone)
  • kid's stuff
  • kill off (something) or kill (something) off
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  • have a field day
  • so mad that one could scream
  • swim against the current
  • send (someone) packing
  • clear out (of somewhere)
  • move heaven and earth to (do something)
  • for a song
  • put (something) into practice
  • out of the hole
  • upset the applecart

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    Basic English Usage
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    Misuse of one and parts of one with the singular

    Don't Say:
    I read it in one and a half hour.

    I read it in one and a half hours.

    In English, use the plural with anything greater than one, even it it's less than two.
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