Sinónimos de knock en inglés:

knock

verbo

  • 2 she knocked her knee on the table
    bump, bang, hit, strike, crack; injure, hurt, bruise
    informal bash, thwack
  • 3 he knocked into an elderly man
    collide with, bump into, bang into, be in collision with, run into, crash into, smash into, plow into, bash into
  • 4 informal I'm not knocking the company See criticize

sustantivo

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  • 1 a sharp knock at the door
    tap, rap, rat-tat-tat, knocking, bang, banging, pounding, hammering, drumming, thump, thud

Frases

knock something back

informal we can watch the game and knock back a few beers swallowgulp downdrink (up)quaffguzzleslugdownswigdrainswill (down)toss offscarf (down)

knock someone/something down

he deliberately knocked down the display of toilet paper in aisle 3 fellfloorflattenbring downknock to the groundknock overrun over/downdemolishpull downtear downdestroyraze (to the ground)levelbulldoze

knock it off!

informal it's not funny anymore, so just knock it off! stop it informalcut it outgive it a restpack it inthat's enoughlay off

knock someone out

  • 1.1 I hit him and knocked him out
    knock unconscious, knock senseless; floor, prostrate, put out cold, KO, kayo
  • 2.1 in the second match, Canada was knocked out
    eliminate, beat, defeat, vanquish, overwhelm, trounce

knock someone up

vulgar slang she's not the first girl he's knocked up get/make pregnantimpregnate informalput in the family way

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Palabra del día coloratura
Pronunciación: ˌkɒlərəˈtjʊərə
noun
elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody