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to knock about / around with sb. [Br.] [coll.]sich mit jdm. herumtreiben [ugs.]
to knock against sth.gegen etw. stoßen
to knock at [door etc.]anklopfen
to knock at the dooran die / der Tür klopfen
to knock at the dooran die Tür pochen
to knock (at) schlagen
to knock (at)stoßen
to knock (at) [a door etc.] klopfen (an)
to knock back a beer [coll.] ein Bierchen zischen [ugs.]
to knock back a drink [coll.] sich [Dat.] einen hinter die Binde kippen [Idiom] [ugs.]
to knock back sth. [an offer] [coll.]etw. ausschlagen [ein Angebot]
to knock back sth. [Br.] [coll.] [consume a drink quickly]sich [Dat.] etw. [Akk.] hinter die Binde gießen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to knock down niederschlagen
to knock down zuschlagen [niederschlagen]
to knock down zusammenschlagen
to knock down umknocken [ugs.]
to knock down [building] abreißen
to knock down [coll.] [earn] verdienen
to knock down the price den Preis herabsetzen
to knock for admittance klopfend Einlass begehren [geh.]
to knock in a nail einen Nagel einschlagen
to knock into onezusammenlegen
to knock it out of the park [Am.] [idiom]einen Volltreffer landen [Redewendung] [Erwartungen übertreffen]
to knock loudly at the door laut an die Tür klopfen
to knock offabschlagen
to knock off stoßen 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 sb. [coll.] jdn. ausschalten [fig.]
to knock off sb. [coll.] [kill] jdn. umlegen [ugs.]
to knock off sb. [coll.] [kill]jdn. kaltmachen [ugs.] [umbringen]
to knock off sth. [remove by hitting / tapping] [e.g. roughcast]etw. [Akk.] abklopfen [durch Klopfen entfernen] [z. B. Putz]
to knock off (sth.) [coll.](mit etw. [Dat.]) aufhören [Schluss machen]
to knock off the barreißen [Hochsprung, Springreiten]
to knock off (work) [coll.]Feierabend machen
to knock on sb.'s door bei jdm. anpochen [regional oder geh.] [(vorsichtig) anklopfen; (bittend) an die Tür klopfen]
to knock on the dooran die Tür klopfen
to knock one back [coll.]ein Bierchen zischen [ugs.]
to knock one out [vulg.] [masturbate] sich [Dat.] einen hobeln [vulg.] [masturbieren]
to knock one out over sth./sb. [sl.] [vulg.]sich auf etw./jdn. einen runterholen [vulg.]
to knock one's headsich [Dat.] den Kopf anschlagen
to knock open aufhauen [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 sb.'s brains jdm. den Schädel einschlagen
to knock out sb.'s tooth jdm. einen Zahn ausschlagen
to knock out sth. [coll.] [produce rapidly]etw. aus dem Ärmel schütteln [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to knock out sth. [eliminate] etw. zunichte machen
to knock out the background of a photo ein Foto / Bild freistellen
to knock out two of sb.'s teeth jdm. zwei Zähne ausschlagen
to knock overumstoßen
to knock overumstürzen [umwerfen]
to knock over umwerfen
to knock overumschmeißen [ugs.] [umwerfen]
to knock over [with a vehicle]umfahren [fahrend umstoßen]
to knock sb. back [coll.] [rebuff] jdn. abbügeln [ugs.] [kurzerhand abweisen]
to knock sb. down jdn. niederschlagen
to knock sb. downjdn. umlegen [ugs.] [niederschlagen, zu Boden werfen]
to knock sb. downjdn. niederhauen [ugs.]
to knock sb. down [coll.] [to negotiate a lower price]jdn. runterhandeln [ugs.]
to knock sb. down [run over with a vehicle] jdn. überfahren
to knock sb. down a pegjdn. auf seinen Platz verweisen
to knock sb. flat [coll.] [fig.]jdn. umhauen [ugs.] [fig.]
to knock sb. flat outjdn. glatt ausknocken [ugs.]
to knock sb. for a loop [coll.] [idiom] jdn. schocken [fig.]
to knock sb. for six [Br.] [coll.]jdn. umhauen [ugs.]
to knock sb. off course jdn. vom Kurs abbringen
to knock sb. off his / her / their pedestal [fig.]jdn. von seinem / ihrem Podest stoßen [fig.]
to knock sb. off his / her pedestal [idiom] jdn. von seinem / ihrem Podest holen [Redewendung]
to knock sb. off one's perch [Br.] [idiom]jdn. von seinem hohen Ross herunterholen [Redewendung]
to knock sb. off their feet [coll.] jdn. umhauen [ugs.]
to knock sb. out jdn. umhauen [ugs.] [Gestank etc.]
to knock sb. outjdn. k. o. schlagen
to knock sb. out cold [coll.] jdn. bewusstlos schlagen
to knock sb. out of his / her stride [idiom] jdn. aus dem Tritt bringen [Redewendung]
to knock sb. out of his / her stride [idiom] jdn. aus dem Konzept werfen [Redewendung]
to knock sb. out of the competitionjdn. aus dem Wettbewerb werfen
to knock sb. over jdn. umhauen [ugs.]
to knock sb. over [by pushing, shoving]jdn. umrempeln
to knock sb. over / down jdn. umreißen
to knock sb. up jdn. wecken
to knock sb. up [Br.] [wake or attract the attention of someone by knocking at their door]jdn. herausklopfen [fig.]
to knock sb. up [coll. or vulg.] [esp. Am.] jdn. schwängern
to knock sb. up [coll. or vulg.] [esp. Am.] [idiom] jdm. ein Kind andrehen [ugs.] [jdn. schwängern] [Redewendung]
to knock sb. up [esp. Am.] [coll.] [make pregnant]jdn. anbumsen [ugs.] [derb] [schwängern]
to knock sb. upside the head [Am.] [coll.] jdm. eins über den Schädel geben [ugs.]
to knock sb. upside the head [Am.] [coll.] jdm. eins auf die Rübe geben [ugs.]
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]
to knock sb./sth. flying [coll.]jdn./etw. umhauen [ugs.]
to knock sb./sth. flying [coll.] jdn./etw. umschmeißen [ugs.]
to knock sb./sth. flying [coll.] jdn./etw. umwerfen
to knock sb./sth. off sth. [e.g. from a shelf, a rock] jdn./etw. von etw. [+Dat.] hinunterstoßen [z. B. vom Regal, Felsen]
to knock sb./sth. unconscious jdn./etw. bewusstlos schlagen
to knock (sb./sth.) [hit, strike](jdn./etw.) schlagen
to knock sb.'s lights out [coll.] jdm. das Licht ausknipsen [ugs.] [jdn. k. o. schlagen]
to knock sb.'s socks off [coll.]jdn. vom Hocker hauen [ugs.]
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