Phrasal Verbs with KNOCK

knock out
to make someone unconscious
He hit me and almost knocked me out.

knock out
to defeat a person/team so that they cannot continue competing
They have been knocked out of the World Cup.

knock out
to cause something to stop working
The lightning knocked out our electricity.

knock out
to produce something easily and quickly
They have been knocking out songs for the new album.

knock out
to surprise and impress someone very much
The concert just knocked me out.

knock off
to stop working or doing something
What time does he knock off work?

knock off
to reduce the price of something
He agreed to knock off 20 dollars from the price.

knock down
to reduce the price of something
He knocked down the price of the house by 5 percent.

knock down
to hit someone so that they fall to the ground
He hit him and knocked him down.

knock down
to destroy a building or part of a building
They plan to knock down the old house and rebuild it.

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