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knockdown
American English: /ˈnɑkdaʊn/
British English: /ˈnɒkdaʊn/

Translation of knockdown in Spanish:

adjective before noun

  • 1 (reduced) at a knockdown price
    Example sentences
    • So, if your Christmas gift list expands as easily as your waistline at this time of year, you need to know where to pick up some spot-on presents at knock-down prices.
    • He was given the property by its owners at a knock-down price in a bid to secure his support in Dublin County Council.
    • When I called in the next day, there were still heaps of pre-autographed copies of their debut single sitting in the racks, at the knock-down price of 99p.
  • 2 (in boxing)
    Example sentences
    • A haven of genteel entertainment might persuade local residents that there were pleasurable and respectable alternatives to a knock-down drunken blowout every weekend.
    • There are no knock-down arguments and there is legitimate disagreement even amongst like-minded experts.

noun

  • (in boxing)
    Example sentences
    • But each knock-down was ruled out as Moore was adjudged to have caught his opponent with low blows.
    • Tembo said the tournament was deferred in accordance with the Boxing Board of Control rules which state that after a knock-down, a boxer could only return to the ring after 55 days.
    • The nerve damage so restricted his activity that he was stripped of his International Boxing Organisation's inter-continental championship, a belt he captured with a devastating knock-down of Patrick Gallagher.
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