"kick-ass" German translation
And, I don't know, I kind of get a kick out of that a little bit.
“This competition is a great way to kick off the official release of Transfuser,” adds DiMercurio.
We've made a donation on everybody's behalf here to kick start, no pun intended, their next project.
A big part of what makes Kick-Ass work is the quality of both the production and the story line.
The fact that Matthew made Kick-Ass independently really makes it fresh and engaging.
So, you kick the guy and the guy's supposed to counter-balance.
Yeah, kick his balls.
Kick his balls.
And if they try to fight us in the traditional, straight-up manner we're going to kick their ass, which is why people don't try to do that any more.
He had subsequently died from their kicks and punches.
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Context sentences for "kick-ass" in German
If there was some sort of retarded Oscar... you would win like hands down, kick his ass.
I knew we'd kick ass in the war with the Leviathan Force.
Usain Bolt can get his ass kicked by a squirrel.
OK, it's time to kick some ass.
We can run the score up against anybody, and then get our asses kicked in the second half -- what they call fourth generation warfare.
I'll kick your ass later!
But other countries in Europe, notably the Nordic countries, are showing that it's possible to have a kick-ass economy without being a workaholic.
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