knock off (plural knock offs)
- Alternative form of knockoff
- (intransitive, slang) To halt one's work or other activity.
- I think I'll knock off for the evening and go to bed.
- (transitive, slang) To kill.
- The mobsters hired the guy to knock off their enemies.
- (sports, by extension) To defeat.
- The Hammers knocked off Arsenal on the strength of a 78th-minute tally from Jarrod Bowen.
- (transitive) To remove, as a discount or estimate.
- They agreed to knock off 20% of the price.
- (transitive, slang) To rob.
- They decided to knock off a liquor store downtown.
- (transitive) To make a copy of, as of a design.
- They send people to the shows in Milan for "ideas", which means knocking off the designs they guess would sell.
- (transitive) To assign (an item) to a bidder at an auction, indicated by knocking on the counter.
- (transitive, slang) To have sex with.
- (transitive, informal) To accomplish hastily.
- I knocked off a couple of quick sketches before the design meeting.
- (halt one's work) call it a day, call it a night, down tools
- (kill) bump off, do away with, whack; see also Thesaurus:kill
- (remove) deduct, take off; see also Thesaurus:remove
- (rob) mill, burgle; see also Thesaurus:steal
- (make a copy of) plagiarize, rip off
- (assign to a bidder)
- (have sex with) coitize, go to bed with, sleep with; see also Thesaurus:copulate with
- (accomplish hastily) knock out
- Portuguese: derrubar
- Russian: сбива́ть
- French: dételer