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knock sth off (sth)

informal phrasal verb with knock
 
 
/nɒk/ verb [T]
to take a particular amount away from a price, value, etc.: Living next door to an empty home can also knock 10% off the value of your own property, say experts. Customers can knock hundreds of dollars off their energy bills by following three simple steps. The supermarket joined the fuel price war yesterday by knocking 5 cents a liter off its petrol and diesel prices.
Translations of “knock sth off (sth)”
in Chinese (Traditional) (從價格中)減去,除去…
in Russian снижать, сбавлять (цену)…
in Turkish indirim yapmak, fiyat kırmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (从价格中)减去,除去…
in Polish opuszczać coś z ceny ( czegoś )…
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