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Meaning of "knock-down" - Business English Dictionary

knock-down

adjective [only before noun] informal ( US also knockdown)
 
 
extremely cheap or much lower than the usual amount: a knock-down deal/price/rate They are offering a full broadband internet service for a knock-down £17.99 a month.
very serious and damaging: a knockdown battle/blow The company has had a knock-down blow.
US COMMERCE used to describe furniture that is sold in pieces that must be joined together: a knockdown bookcase/desk/table →  Compare self-assembly adjective
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