knock = golpear transitive verb

knock = golpe noun

1knock

/ˈnɑk/ transitive verb
transitive verb

Spanish Translation of KNOCK

transitive verb
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: hacer chocar
they knocked headsse dieron en la cabeza
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to knock around familiar beat : pegarle a
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to knock back familiar drink : beberse, tomarse
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to knock dead familiar stun : dejar boquiabierto
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to knock down : derribar, echar abajo (una puerta, etc.), tirar al suelo (a una persona)
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to knock off familiar kill : asesinar, liquidar familiar
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to knock off familiar : quitar (puntos, etc.)
he knocked 10% off the pricerebajó el precio un 10%
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to knock off familiar rip off : copiar (un diseño, etc.) ilegalmente
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knock it off! familiar : ¡basta ya!, ¡déjala!
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to knock out : dejar sin sentido, dejar fuera de combate (en el boxeo)
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to knock out eliminate : eliminar
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to knock out destroy : destruir (un edificio, etc.)
the storm knocked out the powerla tormenta nos dejó sin luz
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to knock oneself out familiar : matarse (trabajando, etc.)
go ahead—knock yourself out!¡adelante!, ¡disfruta!
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to knock over overturn : tirar, volcar
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to knock over familiar rob : robar
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to knock up familiar : dejar embarazada
intransitive verb
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rap : dar un golpe, llamar (a la puerta)
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to knock around in familiar : viajar por
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to knock off familiar : salir del trabajo
to knock off earlysalir temprano

2knock

noun
noun

Spanish Translation of KNOCK

: golpe masculine, llamada feminine (a la puerta), golpeteo masculine (de un motor)

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