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technical knockout

Translation of technical knockout in Spanish:

noun

  • K.O. (masculine) técnico
    ((read as: nocaut or (in Spain) cao))
    Example sentences
    • He scored a technical knockout early in the first round.
    • However, the return might take a little longer as South African boxing rules insist a fighter be suspended for two months after a technical knockout defeat.
    • It was the first time in his career that he had been beaten by a technical knockout.

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