Phrasal Verbs – KNOCK, Definitions and Example Sentences

Phrasal Verbs – KNOCK, Definitions and Example Sentences

Phrasal Verbs – KNOCK, Definitions and Example Sentences


Knock around/about

to spend a lot of time with sb

I knocked around the weekend with my mates.

 

Knock off

to stop working at the end of the day

What time will they knock off?

 

Knock back

to quickly drink sth

We have knocked back  two double rums.

 

Knock up

to build or assemble  sth quickly

He knocked up a bed out of  some old pieces of wood?

 

Knock over

to hit sth/sb, to fall sth/sb down

Who knocked over the chair?



 

Knock together

to make or to compose sth hastily

They knocked together two rough mailboxes with wooden boards.

 

Knock out

to stop operating

The storm can knock out our electricity.

 

Knock down

to strike to the ground with a blow

Bulldozers will knock down that shantytown.

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