kick

Automatize vs Kick - What's the difference?

automatize | kick |


As a verb automatize

is to make or become automatic.

As a noun kick is

kick.

Kick vs Entrance - What's the difference?

kick | entrance |


As nouns the difference between kick and entrance

is that kick is kick while entrance is (countable) the action of entering, or going in.

As a verb entrance is

to delight and fill with wonder.

Kick vs Quick - What's the difference?

kick | quick |


As nouns the difference between kick and quick

is that kick is kick while quick is raw or sensitive flesh, especially that underneath finger and toe nails.

As an adjective quick is

moving with speed, rapidity or swiftness, or capable of doing so; rapid; fast.

As an adverb quick is

(colloquial) with speed, quickly.

As a verb quick is

to amalgamate surfaces prior to gilding or silvering by dipping them into a solution of mercury in nitric acid.

Kick vs Stamp - What's the difference?

kick | stamp |


As nouns the difference between kick and stamp

is that kick is kick while stamp is an act of stamping the foot, paw or hoof.

As a verb stamp is

to step quickly and heavily, once or repeatedly.

Crack vs Kick - What's the difference?

crack | kick |


As nouns the difference between crack and kick

is that crack is (senseid)a thin and usually jagged space opened in a previously solid material while kick is kick.

As a verb crack

is (senseid)to form cracks.

As an adjective crack

is highly trained and competent.

Dropkick vs Kick - What's the difference?

dropkick | kick |


As nouns the difference between dropkick and kick

is that dropkick is (football) kicking where the football is dropped and kicked as it touches the ground while kick is kick.

As a verb dropkick

is to score via a dropkick.

Pat vs Kick - What's the difference?

pat | kick |


As a noun kick is

kick.

Smash vs Kick - What's the difference?

smash | kick |


As nouns the difference between smash and kick

is that smash is the sound of a violent impact; a violent striking together while kick is kick.

As a verb smash

is to break (something brittle) violently.

Kiss vs Kick - What's the difference?

kiss | kick |


As a phrase kiss

is .

As a noun kick is

kick.

Wack vs Kick - What's the difference?

wack | kick |


As nouns the difference between wack and kick

is that wack is an eccentric; an oddball; a weirdo while kick is kick.

As an adjective wack

is egregious.

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