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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkickoffkick‧off /ˈkɪk-ɒf $ -ɒːf/ noun [countable usually singular]  1 START TO HAPPEN, EXIST ETCthe time when a football game starts, or the first kick of the game Kickoff is at 3.00.2 informalSTART TO HAPPEN, EXIST ETC the beginning of a new activity
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kickoffVisitors poured into Washington for the kickoff activities for the Presidential inauguration.
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