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knock sb's block off

informal
If you say that you will knock someone's block off, you are threatening to hit them very hard, especially on the head
要把(某人)揍扁,要痛打(某人)
I'll knock his block off if he tries anything with me!
要是他敢對我怎麼樣,我會讓他好看!
Hitting and beatingPunishing by causing pain
Translations of “knock sb's block off”
in Chinese (Simplified) 要把(某人)揍扁,要痛打(某人)…
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