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English-German translation for: knock
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NOUN   a knock | knocks
VERB  to knock | knocked | knocked ... 
SYNO   knock | knocking | roast | to bump ... 
to knock
to knock (sb./sth.) [hit, strike]
(jdn./etw.) schlagen
to knock [push]
to knock [at a door etc.]
pochen [klopfen, anklopfen]
to knock sb./sth. [coll.] [disparage]
jdn./etw. runtermachen [ugs.] [heruntermachen]
to knock sb./sth. [coll.] [disparage]
jdn./etw. heruntermachen [ugs.] [verunglimpfen]
to knock sb./sth. [coll.] [fig.] [to badmouth]über jdn./etw. herziehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
knock [at a door etc.]
Klopfen {n}
Schlag {m} [gegen Tür etc.]
knock [push, shove]
Stoß {m}
knock [coll.] [critical comment]
Seitenhieb {m} [fig.]
Pochen {n}
sports knockoutKnock-out {m}
2 Words: Others
automot. anti-knock {adj}Antiklopf-
knock-down {adj}zerlegbar
knock-kneed {adj}krummbeinig [X-beinig]
knock-kneed {adj}x-beinig
knock-out {adj} [coll.]umwerfend [ugs.]
2 Words: Verbs
to knock (at)schlagen
to knock (at)stoßen
to knock (at) [a door etc.]klopfen (an)
to knock against sth.gegen etw. stoßen
to knock at [door etc.]anklopfen
to knock back sth. [an offer] [coll.]etw. ausschlagen [ein Angebot]
to knock back sth. [Br.] [coll.] [consume a drink quickly]sichDat. etw.Akk. hinter die Binde gießen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to knock downniederschlagen
to knock downumknocken [ugs.]
to knock downzusammenschlagen
to knock downzuschlagen [niederschlagen]
constr. to knock down [building]abreißen
to knock down [coll.] [earn]verdienen
to knock offabschlagen
to knock offstoßen von
to knock off [Br.] [coll.] [steal]klauen [ugs.]
to knock off [coll.]beenden [etwas einstellen, z. B. die Arbeit]
to knock off [oust]verdrängen von
to knock off (sth.) [coll.](mit etw.Dat.) aufhören [Schluss machen]
to knock off sb. [coll.]jdn. ausschalten [fig.]
to knock off sb. [coll.] [kill]jdn. kaltmachen [ugs.] [umbringen]
to knock off sb. [coll.] [kill]jdn. umlegen [ugs.]
to knock off sth. [remove by hitting / tapping] [e.g. roughcast]etw.Akk. abklopfen [durch Klopfen entfernen] [z. B. Putz]
to knock openaufhauen [ugs.] [öffnen]
to knock out [make inoperative or useless]lahmlegen [Stromversorgung etc.]
to knock out [teeth]einschlagen [Zähne]
to knock out sb. [beat senseless]jdn. bewusstlos schlagen
to knock out sth. [coll.] [produce rapidly]etw. aus dem Ärmel schütteln [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to knock out sth. [eliminate]etw. zunichte machen
to knock overumschmeißen [ugs.] [umwerfen]
to knock overumstoßen
to knock overumstürzen [umwerfen]
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A 2023-03-27: Cf. different meanings of +to knock up+ ...
A 2023-03-27: I think spew is good too, knock off sounds very British but I’m sure it’s ...
A 2023-03-27: to spew out (Collins) / knock sth off (Langenscheidt) / dash sth off (Pons)
A 2023-03-27: dann muss man ein Adverb hinzusetzen, etwa "to knock off s.th. rudely"
A 2023-03-27: to knock s.th. off (in dieser Bedeutung nicht in dict.)
Q 2021-04-21: knock imto a cocked hat
A 2017-11-30: http://www.finanztreff.de/wissen/hebelprodukte/knock-outs/
Q 2017-11-30: knock out price
A 2017-05-11: Knock it off — synonyms
Q 2015-10-16: knock him back right off his feet
Q 2015-08-30: don't knock your brains out
Q 2015-08-30: don't knock your brains
Q 2015-02-05: Peeps...don't knock what you don't understand!
A 2013-11-18: Knock, knock.
Q 2013-11-18: knock knock-Witz
A 2013-08-01: Yes, there's a knock on the door!
A 2013-05-08: @RedRufus - Knock, knock and doors will be opened for you .....
Q 2012-08-24: to knock it out of the park
Q 2012-01-08: Knock on wood
A 2012-01-08: The design is called knock off hub / knock-off hub / knockoff hub.

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