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  • 1 knock-down — [ (k)nɔkdɔn; (k)nɔkdaun ] n. m. inv. • 1909; loc. angl., de to knock « frapper » et down « à terre » ♦ Anglic. Mise à terre d un boxeur qui n est pas encore hors de combat. ● knock down nom masculin invariable (anglais to knock down, faire tom …

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  • 2 knock-down — auch: knock|down 〈[nɔkdaʊn] Adj.; nur präd. u. adv.; Sp.; Boxen〉 niedergeschlagen, aber nicht kampfunfähig; →a. knockout [engl., eigtl. knocked down „niedergeschlagen“] * * * knock down, knock|down [nɔk da̮un ] <Adj.> [zu engl. to knock… …

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  • 3 Knock-down — auch: Knock|down 〈[nɔkdaʊn] m. 6; Sp.; Boxen〉 Niederschlag [engl., „das Niederschlagen“] * * * knock down, knock|down [nɔk da̮un ] <Adj.> [zu engl. to knock down = niederschlagen] (Boxen): niedergeschlagen, aber nicht kampfunfähig. * * *… …

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  • 4 Knock down — n. 1. To strike down; to fell; to prostrate by a blow or by blows; as, to knock down an assailant. [1913 Webster] 2. To assign to a bidder at an auction, by a blow or knock of the auctioneer s hammer; to sell at an auction; as, the vase was knoc …

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  • 5 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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  • 6 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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  • 7 Knock-down — auch: Knock|down 〈[nɔkdaʊn] m.; Gen.: s, Pl.: s; Sport; Boxen〉 Niederschlag [Etym.: → knock down] …

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  • 8 knock-down — knock down, auch knock|down [nɔk daun] <zu engl. to knock down »niederschlagen«> niedergeschlagen, aber nicht kampfunfähig (Boxen) …

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  • 9 knock-down — auch: knock|down 〈[nɔkdaʊn] Adj.; Sport; Boxen〉 niedergeschlagen, aber nicht kampfunfähig; →a. s. knockout [Etym.: <engl. knocked down »niedergeschlagen« (in Anlehnung an das Substantiv gebildet)] …

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  • 10 knock-down — ☆ knock down or drag out [näk′doun΄ drag′out΄ ] n., adj. Informal 1. characterized by great violence, harshness, animosity, etc. [a knock down, drag out argument] 2. an extremely harsh or violent fight, argument, etc. * * * …

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  • 11 Knock-down — Knock down, auch Knock|down der; [s], s: einfacher Niederschlag (Boxen) …

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  • 12 knock down — ► knock down 1) (at an auction) confirm (a sale) by a knock with a hammer. 2) informal reduce the price of (an article). Main Entry: ↑knock …

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  • 13 knock-down — ☆ knock down or drag out [näk′doun΄ drag′out΄ ] n., adj. Informal 1. characterized by great violence, harshness, animosity, etc. [a knock down, drag out argument] 2. an extremely harsh or violent fight, argument, etc …

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  • 14 knock|down — «NOK DOWN», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. irresistible; overwhelming: »a knockdown bargain. 2. constructed in separate parts, so as to be easily knocked down or taken apart for storage or moving: »Manufacturers have developed a large and growing… …

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  • 15 knock down — (izg. nȍk dáun) m DEFINICIJA 1. sport prekid borbe u boksu zbog nesposobnosti boksača da nastavi borbu [biti u knock downu] 2. ekon. razg. na dražbi, udarac čekićem po stolu kojim voditelj označava da je predmet prodan ETIMOLOGIJA engl …

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  • 16 knock down — index beat (strike) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 17 knock-down — ► ADJECTIVE 1) informal (of a price) very low. 2) (of furniture) easily dismantled. ► NOUN Austral./NZ informal ▪ an introduction …

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  • 18 knock down — verb 1. cause to come or go down (Freq. 5) The policeman downed the heavily armed suspect The mugger knocked down the old lady after she refused to hand over her wallet • Syn: ↑down, ↑cut down, ↑push down, ↑pull down …

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  • 19 knock down — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms knock down : present tense I/you/we/they knock down he/she/it knocks down present participle knocking down past tense knocked down past participle knocked down 1) knock down or knock over British to hit… …

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  • 20 knock down — 1) PHRASAL VERB If someone is knocked down or is knocked over by a vehicle or its driver, they are hit by a car and fall to the ground, and are often injured or killed. [be V ed P] He died in hospital after being knocked down by a car... [V P n… …

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