- 1 1.1 (cause to fall) [door/fence] tirar abajo; [obstacle] derribar he knocked him down in the second round lo derribó en el segundo asalto he ran into her and knocked her down chocó con ella y la hizo caer or la tiró al suelo 1.2 [vehicle/driver] atropellar 1.3 (demolish) [building/slums] echar abajo, derribar, derrumbar; [wall] tirar (abajo) 1.4 (dismantle) [machinery] desmontar, desarmar
- 2 [colloquial/familiar] 2.1 (reduce) [price/charge] rebajar we knocked her down to £150 (esp BrE) conseguimos que nos rebajara el precio a 150 libras 2.2 (at auction) it was knocked down at £60 se subastó or (AmL tb) se remató en 60 libras in the end it was knocked down to Mr Smith finalmente se lo adjudicaron al señor Smith
Definition of knock down in:
- The Spanish dictionary
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