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knockout US English

An act of knocking someone out, especially in boxing

knockout drops US English

A drug in liquid form added to a drink to cause unconsciousness

knockout mouse US English

A mouse whose DNA has been genetically engineered so that it does not express particular proteins

technical knockout US English

The ending of a fight by the referee on the grounds of one contestant’s inability to continue, the opponent being declared the winner

knockout New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(one word, two words as verb)

knockout US Thesaurus

the match was won by a knockout

knockout English-Spanish

nocaut masculine, K.O. masculine(read as:

knock out English-Spanish

dejar sin sentido, hacer* perder el conocimiento, noquear

gene knockout English-Spanish

noqueo masculine de genes

knock out English-Spanish

dejar sin sentido, hacer* perder el conocimiento, noquear

knockout drops English-Spanish

somnífero masculine

the show was a knockout in knockout English-Spanish

el espectáculo fue un exitazo