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English definition of “knock sth back”

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knock sth back

informal phrasal verb with knock
 
 
/nɒk/ verb
to drink alcohol very quickly: He knocked back his beer and left the bar.DrinkingDrinking alcohol
Translations of “knock sth back”
in Russian выпить, выдуть…
in Turkish bir biri ardısıra alkol almak/içmek, hızlı hızlı içmek…
in Polish obalić coś…
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