(computing, Internet, IRC) To disconnect (a user) forcibly from the network.

Example:   Smoking kills more people each year than alcohol and drugs combined.
  There is conclusive evidence that smoking kills.
  He killed the engine and turned off the headlights, but remained in the car, waiting.
  Kirk Douglas, (actor, as Peter), The Fury (1978):
  Peter: Ask Childers if it was worth his arm.
  Policeman: What did you do to his arm, Peter?
  Peter: I killed it, with a machine gun.
  The editor decided to kill the story.
  The news that a hurricane had destroyed our beach house killed our plans to sell it.
  My computer wouldn't respond until I killed some of the running processes.
  That night, she was dressed to kill.
  That joke always kills me.
  It kills me to throw out three whole turkeys, but I can't get anyone to take them and they've already started to go bad.
  It kills me to learn how many poor people are practically starving in this country while rich moguls spend such outrageous amounts on useless luxuries.
  I'm just doing this to kill time.
  He told the bartender, pointing at the bottle of scotch he planned to consume, "Leave it, I'm going to kill the bottle."
  Between the two of us, we killed the rest of the case of beer.
  Look at the amount of destruction to the enemy base. We pretty much killed their ability to retaliate anymore.
  The team had absolutely killed their traditional rivals, and the local sports bars were raucous with celebrations.
  You don't ever want to get rabies. The doctor will have to give you multiple shots and they really kill.
  My parents are going to kill me!
2011 February 4, Gareth Roberts, “Wales 19-26 England”[1], BBC:
  That close call encouraged Wales to launch another series of attacks that ended when lock Louis Deacon killed the ball illegally in the shadow of England's posts.