knock down


knock down


Definition of KNOCK DOWN

to receive as return for effort <she's knocking down a good salary, but she has to work very hard>
Antonyms forfeit, lose
to take apart <right after the holidays the stores start to knock down the window displays>
Near Antonyms build, erect, pitch; combine, unite
to strike (someone) so forcefully as to cause a fall <the overexcited dog knocked the toddler down>
Synonyms bowl (down or over), down, drop, floor, knock down, knock over, level, mow (down), prostrate
to make smaller in amount, volume, or extent <they'll have to knock down the price of those televisions if they expect to sell any>

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