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English definition of “Knock it off!”

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Knock it off!

informal
something you say when you want someone to stop doing something that is annoying youStop having or doing somethingExpressions telling people to stop doing something
Translations of “Knock it off!”
in Russian прекрати! хватит!…
in Turkish Kes!', 'Kes şunu!', 'Yeter artık!'…
in Polish Przestań!…
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