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knock sb/sth down

verb uk phrasal verb with knock   /nɒk/ us    /nɑːk/

(HIT)

to cause someone or something to fall to the ground by hitting him, her, or it

(REDUCE PRICE)

informal to reduce a price, or to persuade someone to reduce the price of something they are selling: She wanted $200 but I knocked her down to $175.
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Translations of “knock sb/sth down”
in Chinese (Traditional) 擊倒, 擊倒,打倒…
in Russian сбить с ног, свалить…
in Turkish yıkmak, yere sermek, vurup düşürmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 击倒, 击倒,打倒…
in Polish przewrócić kogoś/coś, obalić kogoś/coś…
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