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SYNO   to kayo | to knock cold | to knock out
NOUN   der Knock-Out | die Knock-Outs
SYNO   K.o. | Knock-out | Knockout
SEE ALSO  knockout
sports knockoutKnock-out {m}
engin. print knock-outFreisteller {m}
knock-out criterionAusschlusskriterium {n}
knock-out {adj} [coll.]umwerfend [ugs.]
to knock out [teeth]einschlagen [Zähne]
knock-out pricebilliger Preis {m}
sports group-stage knock-outVorrundenaus {n}
sports knock-out roundK.-o.-Runde {f}
to knock out sth. [eliminate]etw. zunichte machen
to knock sb. outjdn. k. o. schlagen
knock-out agreementunredliche Vereinbarung {f} einer Scheinauktion
drugs med. knock-out drugs [coll.]K.-o.-Drogen {pl}
sports knock-out in the first roundVorrundenaus {n}
to knock out sb. [beat senseless]jdn. bewusstlos schlagen
Knock yourself out! [Am.] [sl.]Hau rein! [ugs.]
to knock sb. flat outjdn. glatt ausknocken [ugs.]
to knock sb. out cold [coll.]jdn. bewusstlos schlagen
to knock out [make inoperative or useless]lahmlegen [Stromversorgung etc.]
to knock out sb.'s brainsjdm. den Schädel einschlagen
to knock out sb.'s toothjdm. einen Zahn ausschlagen
sports double knock-out [double elimination]Doppel-K.-o.-System {n}
idiom to knock the fight out of sb.jdm. seinen Kampfgeist nehmen
to tap / knock out a pipe [smoking]eine Pfeife ausklopfen [Rauchen]
to knock sb. outjdn. umhauen [ugs.] [Schlag, auch fig.: Gestank etc.]
to knock sth. out [ashes, ores, etc.]etw. herausklopfen [Asche, Erze usw.]
to knock a hat out of shapeeinen Hut außer Form schlagen
photo. to knock out the background of a photoein Foto / Bild freistellen
to knock out two of sb.'s teethjdm. zwei Zähne ausschlagen
to knock sb. out of the competitionjdn. aus dem Wettbewerb werfen
to knock the nonsense out of sb.jdm. den Unsinn austreiben [ugs.]
to knock / take the stuffing out of sb. [coll.] [idiom]jdn. fertigmachen [ugs.]
to knock out sth. [coll.] [produce rapidly]etw. aus dem Ärmel schütteln [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to knock / take the stuffing out of sb. [coll.] [idiom]jdn. schaffen [ugs.] [erschöpfen]
to knock it out of the park [Am.] [idiom]einen Volltreffer landen [Redewendung] [Erwartungen übertreffen]
to knock sb. out of his / her stride [idiom]jdn. aus dem Konzept werfen [Redewendung]
to knock sb. out of his / her stride [idiom]jdn. aus dem Tritt bringen [Redewendung]
idiom Knock yourself out! [coll.] [Am.]Tu, was du nicht lassen kannst! [ugs.] [oft zynisch od. resignierend]
tech. knock-out pin <K.O. pin, KO pin>Auswerferstift {m}
to knock one out [vulg.] [masturbate]sichDat. einen hobeln [vulg.] [masturbieren]
to knock sb.'s lights out [coll.] [idiom]jdm. das Licht ausknipsen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [jdn. k. o. schlagen]
tech. knock-out pin <KO pin>Auswerfer {m}
to knock sth. out [fig.] [coll.] [finish sth. quickly]etw. raushauen [fig.] [ugs.] [etw. schnell erstellen]
to knock one out over sth./sb. [sl.] [vulg.]sich auf etw./jdn. einen runterholen [vulg.]
to knock sth. out of sth.etw. aus etw.Dat. herausschlagen
to knock sth. out of sb.'s hand [also fig.]jdm. etw.Akk. aus der Hand schlagen [auch fig.]
idiom Knock yourself out! [Am.] [coll.] [be my guest]Tu dir keinen Zwang an! [oft zynisch] [ugs. für: Wenn du (unbedingt) willst, dann tu es doch!]
Partial Matches
film F Knock Knock [Eli Roth]Knock Knock
insur. law knock-for-knock (agreement)gegenseitiger Regressverzicht {m}
knock-knock jokeKlopf-Klopf-Witz {m}
to knockklopfen
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Q 2017-11-30: knock out price
A 2008-11-17: I found 'knock out'..bit dubious that.
Q 2007-12-13: share opt in, the knock out effect

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