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Meaning of “knock-on” - Learner’s Dictionary

knock-on

adjective
 
/ˌnɒkˈɒn/ UK
a knock-on effect When an event or situation has a knock-on effect, it causes another event or situation: Cutting schools' budgets will have a knock-on effect on teachers' jobs.Outcomes and consequences
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