knock off


General English

  • phrasal verb to make something fall off by hitting it
  • phrasal verb to reduce the price of something by an amount


  • phrasal verb to reduce a price by a particular amount


  • noun a cheap copy of an established product, often an illegal copy of a famous named brand
  • phrasal verb to stop work


  • verb to kill
  • verb to steal or rob
  • verb to have sex with, succeed in seducing. In American English to ‘knock off a piece’ is a depersonalising description of a sexual conquest.