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knock sth together/up

informal
phrasal verb with knock uk   /nɒk/  us   /nɑːk/ verb
to make something quickly and without much care: I could knock together a quick lunch if you like.
Translations of “knock sth together/up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 匆匆拼湊成,草草做成…
in Chinese (Simplified) 匆匆拼凑成,草草做成…
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