- अपस्फोट ⇄ knock marathi
- आघात ⇄ knock marathi
- झटका ⇄ knock marathi
- टकटक ⇄ knock marathi
- टकटक करणे ⇄ knock marathi
- ठोका ⇄ knock marathi
- ठोठावणें ⇄ knock marathi
- ठोठावण्याचा आवाज ⇄ knock marathi
- ठोसा ⇄ knock marathi
- तडाखा ⇄ knock marathi
- थाप ⇄ knock marathi
- दरवाजा ठोठावणे ⇄ knock marathi
- धडकणे ⇄ knock marathi
- प्रघात ⇄ knock marathi
- लाटा किनाऱ्यावर धडकने ⇄ knock marathi
- समाचार घेणे ⇄ knock marathi
knock in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ
knock in English
- knock ⇄ expr. knock about, (Informal.)
a. to wander from place to place.
Ex. The less boys we have knocking about here the better (Graham Greene).
b. to subject to rough or hard treatment.
Ex. She had been knocked about by adversity.english
- knock ⇄ expr. knock around, to knock about.
Ex. They have been knocking around Europe all summer.english
- knock ⇄ expr. knock back, (Slang.) to eat or drink.
Ex. Hurd ... knocks back an unvarying breakfast of eggnog, toast, and coffee (Time). About fifty people stood around ... knocking back free liquor (Punch).english
- knock ⇄ expr. knock down,
a. to take apart.
Ex. We knocked down the bookcases and packed them in the car.
b. to sell (an article) to the highest bidder at an auction.
Ex. It was ... knocked down to the last bidder (Charles Johnston).english
- knock ⇄ expr. knock for a loop. See under loop (1). english
- knock ⇄ expr. knock off, (Informal.)
a. to take off; deduct.
Ex. to knock off 10 dollars from the price.
b. to stop work.
Ex. The men knock off early in hot weather.
c. to stop; quit (doing something).
Ex. Someone will say,english
- knock ⇄ expr. knock oneself out, to expend all of one's energy; exhaust oneself.
Ex. A disillusioned reporter and his photographer knocked themselves out in an effort to invest the ... beauty contest with some spark of interest (Sunday Times).english
- knock ⇄ expr. knock out of the box. See under box (1). english
- knock ⇄ expr. knock out,
a. to hit so hard as to make (someone) helpless or unconscious.
Ex. The police feared that he had been knocked out in the accident.
b. (Figurative.) to drive out of the contest; vanquish.
Ex. Two years ago Astonenglish
- knock ⇄ expr. knock over,
a. to overthrow; upset.
Ex. The Sampson pitched shell after shell right in among the tents, knocking them over right and left (William Russell).
b. to overcome.
Ex. That evening two of my [men] ... were knockedenglish
- knock ⇄ expr. knock together, to make or put together hastily.
Ex. The boys knocked together a sort of raft out of old boards.english
- knock ⇄ expr. knock up,
a. to tire out; exhaust.
Ex. The much-vaunted steed ... was now nearly knocked up by traveling (Washington Irving).
b. (Especially British.) to get out of bed by knocking at the door.
Ex. You knock up a garage anenglish
- knock ⇄ knock, verb, noun. english
- knock ⇄ noun 1. a hit; hard stroke or thump.
Ex. The hard knock made her cry.
2. a hit with a noise.
3. the act of knocking.
4. the sound of knocking.
Ex. She did not hear the knock at the door.
5. a souenglish
- knock ⇄ v.i. 1. to hit with a noise, as with the fist, knuckles, or something hard; come into a collision with something; rap.
Ex. She knocked on the door. His knees knocked together from fright.
2. to make a noise, especially a rattling or poundingenglish
- knock ⇄ v.t. 1. to give a hard blow or blows to with the fist, knuckles, or anything hard; hit; strike; beat.
Ex. He knocked him on the head. The farmer knocked the fence post into the ground with a sledge hammer.
2. to hit and cause to fall.