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NOUN   a knock | knocks
VERB  to knock | knocked | knocked ... 
SYNO   knock | knocking | roast | to bump ... 
frapper qc.
to knock sth.
fouetter qn./ knock sb./sth. [hit, strike]
coup {m}knock [blow]
knock-out {m}knockout
2 Words: Others
Toc ! Toc !Knock! Knock!
knock-out {adj}knocked out
2 Words: Verbs
cogner [accidentellement] (contre qn./qc.)to knock (against sb./sth.)
faire tomber knock off sth. [object]
bousculer qn. [volontairement]to knock sb. about
terrasser knock sb. down
liquider qn. [fam.]to knock sb. off [coll.] [kill]
assommer knock sb. out [unconscious]
culbuter qn./ knock sb./sth. over
renverser qn./ knock sb./sth. over
faire tomber qn./ knock sb./sth. over
cuis. siffler qc. [boire] [fam.]to knock sth. back [coll.]
abattre qc. [faire tomber]to knock sth. down [demolish]
bricoler qc. [fam.] [péj.]to knock sth. together [coll.]
bricoler qc. [fam.] [péj.]to knock sth. up [coll.]
3 Words: Verbs
s'en envoyer un / une derrière la cravate [fam.] [bouteille de vin, etc.]to knock one back [coll.] [bottle of wine etc.]
se cogner la têteto knock one's head
sonner qn. [fam.] [loc.] [assommer, ébranler]to knock sb. for six [coll.] [idiom] [fig.] [stun]
4 Words: Verbs
enfoncer un clouto knock a nail in
enfoncer un clou dans knock a nail into sth.
se taper [l'un l'autre]to knock each other about
frapper chez knock on sb.'s door
taper contre le murto knock on the wall
détrôner qn. [personne] [fig.]to knock sb. off their pedestal
flanquer qc. par terre [faire tomber]to knock sth. to the ground
5+ Words: Verbs
frapper la porte)to knock (at / on the door)
loc. dégrossir qn. [personne]to knock the rough edges off sb.
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