knock-off, knockoff, knock off
- idiom An imitation, especially one of poorer quality.
#:This spreadsheet program is a knock off of Visicalc.
en-verb|inf=to knock off|knocks off|knocking off|knocked off|knocked off
- To bump or hit so that something falls off
#: Don't knock off the ornament with your clumsy arms.
- idiom|nautical To quit; stop doing work or other activity. The term originated from the practice aboard slave galleys to have a man beat time for the rowers by knocking on a block or drum; when he stopped, the rowers could rest.
#:I think I'll knock off for the evening and go to bed.
- idiom To kill someone
#:The mobsters hired the guy to knock off their enemies.
- idiom To reduce or remove
#:They agreed to knock off 20% of the price.
- idiom To steal.
#:They decided to knock off a TV set from the community centre.
Slovak: zraziÅ¥ (1)
bump off (3)
knock it off
knock one's socks off