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knock off

informal phrasal verb with knock
 
 
/nɒk/ verb
to stop working, usually at the end of a day: I don't knock off until six.Working hours and periods of workWork, working and the workplaceStop having or doing something
Translations of “knock off”
in Chinese (Traditional) (流行產品的)翻印本,仿製品…
in Russian прекращать работу…
in Turkish işi bırakmak, paydos etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (流行产品的)翻印本,仿制品…
in Polish kończyć (pracę)…
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