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Meanings of Knock it off:

phrase

Stop doing something.

Usage examples:

Danielle, knock it off. the overprotective mother role doesn't suit you.
phrasal verb

To reduce the price or value of something by a particular amount

Usage examples:

The manager knocked off ten bucks because the dress had a few buttons missing., the carpenter knock…

Meanings of Knock on wood; touch wood:

idiom

I hope my good luck will continue

Usage examples:

I never have trouble with my car, knock on wood.

Meanings of Knock some sense into:

idiom

To forcefully teach someone not to be silly

Usage examples:

A couple of years in the army will knock some sense into him.

Meanings of Knock up:

phrasal verb

Make something in a hurry.

Usage examples:

I knocked up some pasta and a beef casserole

Meanings of Knock up:

phrasal verb

Make something in a hurry.

Usage examples:

I knocked up some pasta and a beef casserole

Meanings of Knock-dead:

idiom

Used to tell someone to perform or play as well as possible

Meanings of Knock-for-six:

idiom

To shock or upset someone very much, or to make someone very ill

Usage examples:

That flu really knocked me sideways., the news of his death knocked me for six.

Meanings of Knock-into:

phrase

If you knock one room into another room, or knock through a room, you remove the wall between one room and the next so that they form one room

Usage examples:

We're planning to knock the kitchen into the dining room to make one large eating space., food was …

Meanings of Knock-on:

adjective

Causing other events or situations to happen, although not directly

Usage examples:

High petrol prices could be having a knock-on effect among manufacturers., knock-on benefits/conseq…

Meanings of Knock-over:

phrasal verb

To hit something or someone so that the person falls down

Usage examples:

Who knocked over the chair?, cyclists in the race have to worry about fans knocking them over.

Meanings of Knock-sideways:

idiom

To shock or upset someone very much, or to make someone very ill

Usage examples:

That flu really knocked me sideways., the news of his death knocked me for six.

Meanings of Knock-someone-back:

phrasal verb

To have a bad effect on someone or something, especially by stopping them from achieving something

Usage examples:

Disappointing results from the company knocked its shares back to just 51p., she missed out on the …

Meanings of Knock-something-back:

phrasal verb

To have a bad effect on someone or something, especially by stopping them from achieving something

Usage examples:

Disappointing results from the company knocked its shares back to just 51p., she missed out on the …

Meanings of Knock-the-bottom:

idiom

To damage something severely, especially by destroying its support

Usage examples:

The rise in mortgage rates really knocked the bottom out of the housing market.

Meanings of Knock-the-bottom-out-of:

idiom

To damage something severely, especially by destroying its support

Usage examples:

The rise in mortgage rates really knocked the bottom out of the housing market.

Meanings of Knock-the-stuffing:

idiom

To hit or kick someone very severely

Usage examples:

The muggers really kicked the stuffing out of him.

Meanings of Knock-the-stuffing-out-of:

idiom

To hit or kick someone very severely

Usage examples:

The muggers really kicked the stuffing out of him.

Meanings of Knock-together:

phrasal verb

Assemble something in a hasty and makeshift way.

Usage examples:

He must have knocked the furniture together himself.

Knockdown

ˈnɒk.daʊn

Meanings of Knockdown:

noun

(of a price) very low.

adjective

(of the price of something) reduced by a lot

Usage examples:

They quickly realised why the property was available at a knockdown price., the game is now selling…

Knockdowns

ˈnɒkdaʊn

Meanings of Knockdowns:

noun

An act of knocking an opponent down.

Meanings of Knocked:

verb

Strike a surface noisily to attract attention, especially when waiting to be let in through a door.

Usage examples:

He strolled over and knocked on a door marked enquiries
noun

A sudden short sound caused by a blow, especially on a door to attract attention or gain entry.

Usage examples:

There was a sudden knock at the door, the noise seemingly unnatural and loud in the silence that i …

Meanings of Knocked-a:

idiom

Said when you are extremely surprised

Meanings of Knocked-out:

phrasal verb

To hit someone so that the person becomes unconscious, or to cause someone to go to sleep

Usage examples:

His fall from the ladder knocked him out., those sleeping pills knocked me out., the lightning knoc…

Knocker

ˈnɒk.ər

Meanings of Knocker:

noun

A metal or wooden object hinged to a door and rapped by visitors to attract attention and gain entry.

Usage examples:

Brighton lifted the brass knocker on the door, and let it drop.

Knockers

ˈnɒk.ər

Meanings of Knockers:

noun

A metal or wooden object hinged to a door and rapped by visitors to attract attention and gain entry.

Usage examples:

Brighton lifted the brass knocker on the door, and let it drop.

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