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knockoffnoun [C]

us   /ˈnɑkˌɔf/ infml
a cheaper copy of an expensive and popular product: She bought a knockoff of a designer suit.
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knockoffnoun [C]

also knock-off uk   /ˈnɒkɒf/ us   MARKETING, LAW
a cheap and sometimes illegal copy of a popular, more expensive product: a knockoff of sth Would you buy a knockoff of an expensive dress?
See also
knockoff
The company is known for its inexpensive knockoff designer goods.
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