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  • 181 Knock-out-Sieg — auch: Knock|out|sieg 〈[nɔkaʊt ] m. 1; Sp.; Boxen〉 Sieg durch Knockout des Gegners * * * Knock out Sieg, (auch:) Knock|out|sieg, der: K. o. Sieg …

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  • 182 knock-down — UK US US also knockdown) adjective [only before noun] ► extremely cheap or much lower than the usual amount: »a knock down deal/price/rate »They are offering a full broadband internet service for a knock down £17.99 a month. ► very serious and… …

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  • 183 knock-down — agg.inv., s.m.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} TS sport 1. agg.inv., di pugile che, dopo essere stato atterrato dall avversario, riesce a rialzarsi entro dieci secondi; anche avv.: finire knock down alla terza ripresa 2. s.m.inv., atterramento di un… …

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  • 184 knock out — / nɒkaʊt/, it. /nɔ kaut/ locuz. ingl. [abbrev. di knock out of time abbattere fuori del tempo ], usata in ital. come avv. e s.m. ■ avv. [in condizione di non poter proseguire un combattimento (spec. nel pugilato), anche fig.: finire knock out ]… …

    Enciclopedia Italiana

  • 185 knock (something) down — 1. to show that an idea or opinion is completely wrong. He knocked down my business plan, saying I couldn t raise the money to do it. Every time I make a suggestion, you knock it down. 2. to reduce the price of something or the amount you want… …

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  • 186 knock-knee — knock′ knee n. 1) pat inward curvature of the legs, causing the knees to knock together in walking 2) pat knock knees, the knees of a person whose legs have such curvature • Etymology: 1820–30 knock′ kneed , adj …

    From formal English to slang

  • 187 knock off — [v1] kill assassinate, do away with*, do in*, dust*, eliminate, execute, finish, liquidate, murder, rub out*, shoot, slay, stab, waste; concept 252 Ant. bear, create knock off [v2] steal filch, knock over, loot, pilfer, pinch, plunder, purloin,… …

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  • 188 knock sideways — (informal) To put off one s usual course • • • Main Entry: ↑knock * * * knock (someone) sideways Brit : to upset, confuse, or shock (someone) very much The news about his mother s accident really knocked him sideways. • • • …

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  • 189 knock-for-knock agreement — ● knock …

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  • 190 knock your socks off — informal phrase to be very impressive Thesaurus: to be very good or impressivesynonym Main entry: knock * * * knock your socks off see ↑sock, 1 …

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  • 191 knock some sense into someone's head — see ↑sense, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑head knock some sense into someone s head (or knock some sense into someone) informal : to cause someone to stop thinking or behaving foolishly I tried to knock some sense into the boy s head, but he just wouldn t …

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  • 192 knock-knock — see knock …

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  • 193 knock off — knock off, v. i. & t. 1. to quit (working). [PJC] 2. to accomplish; frequently used when the task is accomplished rapidly. [PJC] 3. to kill; to defeat (opponents). [Colloq.] [PJC] 4. to discount, to deduct (a sum from a price). [PJC] 5. to rob.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 194 knock-down-and-drag-out — knock down and drag out, knockdown dragout knockdown dragoutadj. marked by extreme violence; of fights; also used metaphorically of fierce contests; as, a knock down and drag out fight; a knockdown dragout competition for the browser market. Syn …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 195 knock-knee — n. (Med.) A condition in which the knees are bent in so as to touch each other in walking; inknee. Syn: knock knees, genu valgum. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 196 Knock Castle (Isle of Skye) — Knock Castle, also known as Caisteal Chamuis (Castle Camus) is a former stronghold of the MacDonalds. It lies on the east coast of Sleat, approximately 5 miles north of Armadale on the Isle of Skye, south of Cnoc Uaine, on the eastern side of… …

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  • 197 Knock-out Whist — Origin United States Players 4 …

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  • 198 Knock Knock Who? — is Kimya Dawson s second solo album, released concurrently with My Cute Fiend Sweet Princess in 2004.Track listing# Nobody s Hippie # Great Crap # My Bike # Jest s Birthday # Time to Think # The Sound of Ataris # So Nice So Smart # For Boxer # I… …

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  • 199 Knock Castle — bezeichnet eine Burgruine auf der schottischen Insel Skye, siehe Knock Castle (Skye) eine Burgruine in der schottischen Grafschaft Aberdeenshire, siehe Knock Castle (Aberdeenshire) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung z …

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  • 200 Knock-Out — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Le Knockout en boxe ou en sport de combat est la mise hors de combat d un adversaire. Le Knockout en biologie est l inactivation d un gène par… …

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