- (transitive) To hit or knock (something), intentionally or accidentally, so that it falls.
- As I took the can off the shelf, I knocked down the one beside it.
- (transitive) To demolish.
- We knocked down the garden shed when we moved.
- (transitive) At an auction, to declare (something) sold with a blow from the gavel.
- The picture was knocked down for £50.
- (transitive, informal) To reduce the price of.
- They knocked it down by another £5, so we bought it.
- To drink fast.
- I love to go down the pub and knock down pints of lager.
- (transitive, usually, passive) To disassemble for shipment.
- The furniture is shipped knocked down, so assembly is required.
- (hit or knock (something) so that it falls) knock over
- (demolish) demolish, destroy
- (declare something sold at an auction with a blow from the gavel) sell
- (reduce the price of) reduce
- French: renverser
- German: umwerfen
- Italian: abbattere
- Portuguese: derrubar
- Russian: сбива́ть
- Spanish: derribar
- Russian: сбивать