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The meaning of Knapped

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Knapped – definition

verb

Shape (a piece of stone, typically flint) by striking it, so as to make a tool or weapon or a flat-faced stone for building walls.

Usage examples:

Buildings made of knapped flint
noun

The crest of a hill.

Usage examples:

A pathway winding around the knap of a green hill

Knapped translation into English

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敲打

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Knapd, Kloppen, Breken, Slaan

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Taillé

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Gekniffen

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घिसा हुआ, पठार बनाना

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Stordito

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두들겨 패다, 딱 꺾다, 망치로 깨다

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Сбитый, Бить щебень, Дробить камень, Отчеканивать слова

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Tallado

Word origin

late Middle English (in the sense ‘to knock, rap’): imitative; compare with Dutch and German knappen ‘crack, crackle’.

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