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Past tense for to destroy by knocking to the ground
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“The university has decided to knock down the old building and replace it with something new and state-of-the-art.”
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Past tense for to knock over, or to the ground, physically
“Dai Siming tried to knock down his opponent with explosive force, but Ye Zihua held his ground by contracting his biceps.”
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Past tense for to take apart or break down
“The children love to knock down the structures they've built from blocks.”
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Past tense for to decrease in size, amount, value, or degree
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“Even nominal contributions will knock down the amount of the loan, shorten the length of payment, and decrease the interest it will accrue.”
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Past tense for to reduce in price
“In their quest to complete a sale and receive their commission, sales staff may aggressively knock down the price of the item.”
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Past tense for to earn through work or effort
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“I would go in blurry-eyed from long, all-night study sessions, trying to knock down a decent grade on each test.”
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Past tense for to knock unconscious
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Past tense for collide with
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Past tense for to attack someone, especially in a public place
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Past tense for to make a way through, or into, with physical strength
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Past tense for make someone aware of or familiar with
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Past tense for to fend off or defend against something hostile
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Past tense for to fall down or over, especially suddenly
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Past tense for to take away the self-esteem or conceit from
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Past tense for to grab (someone), usually aggressively, to stop them or bring them to ground
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Past tense for to become less serious or severe
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Past tense for to insult or criticize someone or something
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Past tense for to fall or turn over, or to cause to do so
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Past tense for to pay (money) for something
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Past tense for to set up or establish
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Past tense for to completely destroy or devastate
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Past tense for to abolish, invalidate, or reverse (a previous system, decision, situation, etc.)
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