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EnglishGerman
knock-a-door-run Klingelstreich {m}
knockdown Zuschlag {m}
knock-down zerlegbar
knockdownReduzierung {f} [Preis, Anzahl]
knockdown Preissenkung {f}
knock-down [also: knockdown, knock down]Abwurf {m} [das Herunterstoßen eines Teils eines Hindernisses im Pferdesport]
Knockdown [Dick Francis] Zuschlag / [früher] Voll Blut
knock-down argument schlagendes Argument {n}
knockdown blow niederschmetternder Schlag {m}
knockdown price äußerst herabgesetzter Preis {m}
knock-down price äußerster Preis {m}
knockdown priceTiefstpreis {m}
knock-down price [coll.] Schleuderpreis {m} [ugs.]
knockdown price at an auctionMindestpreis {m} bei einer Versteigerung
knockdown price (auctions)Zuschlagpreis {m}
knocked geklopft
knockedgeschlagen
knocked at angeklopft
knocked downherabgesetzt
knocked downzerlegt
knocked offabgeklopft
knocked off [Br.] [coll.]geklaut [ugs.]
knocked outk. o. geschlagen
knocked outausgeschlagen
knocked over umgeschlagen [umgeworfen]
knocked over umgeworfen
knocked unconscious bewusstlos geschlagen
knocked up [Am.] [coll.] [exhausted] gerädert
knocked up [Br.] [worn out, exhausted] zerschlagen [erschöpft]
Knocked Up [Judd Apatow] Beim ersten Mal
knocked-down price Spottpreis {m}
knocked-up fractureSplitterfraktur {f}
knockerKlopfer {m}
knocker [coll.] Nörgler {m}
knocker [coll.]Miesmacher {m} [ugs.]
knockers [coll.]Türklopfer {pl} [ugs.] [weibliche Brüste]
knockers [sl.] Titten {pl} [vulg.]
knocker-up [Br.] [Irish] [historical] Aufwecker {m}
knocker-upper [Br.] [Irish] [historical]Aufwecker {m}
knock-for-knock (agreement) gegenseitiger Regressverzicht {m}
knockingKlingeln {n}
knocking Klopfen {n} [Motor]
knocking klopfend
knocking Nageln {n} [Dieselmotor]
knocking schlagend
knocking Geklopfe {n}
knocking pochend
knockingPochen {n}
knocking Anklopfen {n}
knocking [engine]Zündfunkenklopfen {n} [Motor]
knocking / knock noise Klopfgeräusch {n}
knocking / knock noise Nageln {n} [Motor]
knocking at anklopfend
knocking copy die Konkurrenz herabwürdigender Werbetext {m}
knocking off abschlagend
knocking over umschlagend
knocking ring Klopfring {m} [Türklopfer]
knocking shop [Br.] [sl.]Puff {m} {n} [ugs.: Bordell]
knocking shop [hum.] Stoßbude {f} [ugs., hum.: Bordell]
knocking sound Klopfgeräusch {n} [ugs.]
knocking sounds Klopfgeräusche {pl}
knocking-off time [Br.] [coll.] Feierabend {m}
knock-knee [Genu valgum] X-Bein {n}
knock-kneed x-beinig
knock-kneedkrummbeinig [X-beinig]
knock-knock joke Klopf-Klopf-Witz {m}
knockmobile [sl.] Klapperkiste {f} [ugs.]
knocko [sl.] Drogenfahnder {m}
knocko [sl.] Rauschgiftfahnder {m}
knocko [sl.] [female] Drogenfahnderin {f}
knocko [sl.] [female]Rauschgiftfahnderin {f}
knock-off [coll.]Preisnachlass {m}
knock-off [coll.] (billiges) Imitat {n}
knockoff [coll.] [unauthorized copy or imitation] Billigkopie {f} [Imitat]
knockoff [coll.] [unauthorized copy or imitation] Raubkopie {f} [Imitat]
knock-off [coll.] [unauthorized copy or imitation] Raubkopie {f} [Imitat]
knock-off [coll.] [unauthorized copy or imitation] Billigkopie {f} [Imitat]
knock-off [sl.] Imitation {f}
knock-off [sl.] [murder] Mord {m} [in der Unterwelt]
knock-off (product) gefälschtes Produkt {n}
knock-off (product)Fälschung {f} [Produkt]
knock-on delays Folgeverspätungen {pl}
knock-on effect Anstoßeffekt {m}
knock-on effectDominoeffekt {m}
knock-on effectKettenreaktion {f}
knock-on effectSogwirkung {f} [fig.]
knock-on effectFolgewirkung {f}
knock-on financingAnschubfinanzierung {f}
knockoutKnockout {m}
knockoutKnock-out {m}
knock-out Freisteller {m}
knock-out [coll.] umwerfend
knockout [Am.] [coll.] Bombensache {f} [ugs.]
knockout [Am.] [coll.] Bombending {n} [ugs.]
knockout [coll.]Bombenerfolg {m} [ugs.]
knockout [fig.] [person, thing] [coll.] Wucht {f} [fig.] [ugs.]
knockout <KO>K. o. {m} [Knockout]
knock-out agreementunredliche Vereinbarung {f} einer Scheinauktion
knockout argument Totschlagargument {n} [ugs.]
knockout blowK.-o.-Schlag {m}
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