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knock out

Translation of knock out in Spanish:

  • 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1 (make unconscious)
    dejar sin sentido
    hacer perder el conocimiento
    she hit her head and knocked herself out
    se dio un golpe en la cabeza y perdió el conocimiento
    he was knocked out in the fourth round
    lo dejó K.O. or lo noqueó en el cuarto asalto
    1.2 (destroy, damage) [colloquial]
    1.3 (shock, overwhelm) [colloquial]the news knocked everybody out
    la noticia los dejó a todos anonadados
    we were knocked out by their generosity
    su generosidad nos dejó pasmados [colloquial]
    that song really knocks me out!
    ¡esa canción me enloquece! [colloquial]
    1.4 (exhaust) [colloquial]
    dejar hecho polvo or para el arrastre or (Latin America) de cama [colloquial]
  • 2verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 2.1 (remove by hitting)
    several teeth were knocked out
    perdió varios dientes
    to knock one's pipe out
    vaciar la pipa
    2.2 (of competition, tournament) they were knocked out in the third round
    quedaron eliminados or fuera en la tercera vuelta
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