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knockoff

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noun knock·off \ˈnäk-ˌȯf\

Simple Definition of knockoff

  • : a cheap or inferior copy of something

Full Definition of knockoff

  1. :  a copy that sells for less than the original; broadly :  a copy or imitation of someone or something popular

Examples of knockoff

  1. That purse is a knockoff.



1966

First Known Use of knockoff

1966


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