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knock sth down

phrasal verb with knock uk   us   /nɒk/ verb [T]
to ​reduce the ​price of something you are ​selling, or persuade someone to ​reduce the ​price of something they are ​selling: knock sth down from/to sth They ​managed to ​knock the ​price down from €290,000 to €220,000 .
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(Definition of knock sth down from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “knock sth down”
in Chinese (Simplified) 拆掉,拆毁(建筑物等)…
in Turkish yıkmak, yerle bir etmek…
in Russian сносить (дом и т. д.)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拆掉,拆毀(建築物等)…
in Polish zburzyć coś…
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“knock sth down” in British English

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