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To kill or cause the death of
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“It takes a little more motivation than a casual dislike to knock off a valuable colleague in such a violent manner.”
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To steal something, typically through burglary
“An intricately planned heist allowed the burglars to knock off several pieces of valuable artwork from the museum.”
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To rob or hold up a place
“Other bandits saw just how easy it was to knock off a bank and bank robbers sprouted like weeds across the nation.”
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To stop performing an action or activity
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“The cat is now stalking up and down the high, narrow counter separating my kitchen from my living room. I've been trying to get her to knock off doing that.”
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To stop working for a shift or for the day
“I think I'll knock off for the day and have a nice cup of coffee.”
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To reduce or deduct (from) an amount or price
“This won't save a fortune, but it should knock off a few dollars per month.”
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To make or produce, especially quickly or in large quantities
“He was such an indefatigable worker, as well as ready writer, that he could knock off articles with extraordinary rapidity.”
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To beat in a contest
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To bring into existence
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(of a meeting or a session of a court) To adjourn
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To make a similar or identical version of
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To rest or engage in an enjoyable activity so as to become less tired or anxious
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To make a false show or pretense of
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To remove (a section) from a text or piece of music
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To engage in amorous relations
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To succeed in acquiring or bringing about
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To do something, particularly to perform or speak, without prior planning or thought
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To cut off or remove excess material from, especially a tree or shrub
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To put in writing
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To consume a liquid or drink
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To denigrate or disparage someone or something
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Something made in imitation
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The action of capturing or of being captured
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An exact copy, especially of written or printed material
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The fact or quality of being alike
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A deduction or reduction, typically from the usual cost of something
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Artificial, made in imitation
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