had kicked
-había pateado
Past perfectconjugation ofkick. There are other translations for this conjugation.

kick

I called him because I knew how he had kicked his habit.
Lo llamé porque sabía como él se quitó su hábito.
It was, it was during that bad time when the union had kicked him to the curb.
Fue, durante esa época mala cuando el sindicato lo echó a la calle.
People alongside the road that their parents had kicked out.
Gente a un lado del camino que había sido abandonada por sus padres.
My doctor told me... that the company had kicked me off the test.
Mi médico me dijo que la compañía me había expulsado de la prueba.
I noticed that somebody had kicked in the door to the main office.
Me di cuenta de que alguien había dado patadas a la puerta de la oficina central.
On return to the police premises, a policeman had kicked him and forced him to do squat jumps.
De regreso a la delegación policial los agentes le dieron patadas y lo obligaron a hacer agachadillas.
Kurumi stared at him for a moment, looking for all the world as if he had kicked her in the stomach.
Kurumi le miró durante un momento, por su expresión parecía como si le hubiese dado una patada en el estómago.
I glanced down at the phone, and I realized I had kicked it off the hook when pacing the day before.
Miré al teléfono y me di cuenta de que había pateado el auricular caminando el día anterior.
The Grand Final marked the end of the league which had kicked off on April 26 and staged eight regular events before last night's Grand Final.
La Gran Final marca el fin de la liga que comenzó el 26 de abril y que consistió en 8 eventos regulares y una Gran Final.
Remember the bad smell in the hallway? It turns out the neighbor from 3b had kicked the bucket.
¿Recuerdas el mal olor en el pasillo? Resulta que el vecino del 3b había palmado.
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