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Definition of spark out in English:

British informal Completely unconscious: I think he would knock Bowe spark out
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  • I didn't just stop him last time: I knocked him spark out.
  • Two years ago, big Manny Siaca, now a light-heavyweight, was ahead on points against Mitchell before the champion knocked him spark out in the last round.
  • One of Ali's greatest admirers is the man who once came very close to being knocked spark out on live television by the selfsame Ali.
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