knocked–down

adjective

Definition of knocked–down

  1. :  not assembled or only partly assembled :  consisting of parts that can be assembled prefabricated knocked-down buildings —abbreviation K.D.

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Origin and Etymology of knocked–down

from past participle of knock down


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