1. to kick off
I felt the fight was just about to kick off.
The game kicked off at 6.
when a football game or a team, etc. kicks off, the game starts
2. to take out
But the first time that I took my book out of my suitcase
I took out $200 from my bank account.
I took some money out of a cash machine.
Take out insurance if you have doubts about getting paid.
When she is upset, she often takes it out on the people in her family.VERBOS FRASALES II
3. bring out
You bring out the worst in me with your mistrust.
make a new record, book, ructureetc. available
make a new record, book, ructureetc. available/Have you tried the toothpaste that has just been brought out?
to produce something that will be sold to the public