Phrasal Verb: Knock off

Phrasal Verb: Knock off


Meaning: Finish work for the day

Example: We KNOCKED OFF early on Friday to avoid the rush hour queues.

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Phrasal Verb: Knock off


Meaning: Reduce the price of something

Example: They KNOCKED ten pounds OFF when I asked for a discount.

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Phrasal Verb: Knock off


Meaning: Reduce the time required to do something

Example: The new road KNOCKS an hour OFF the journey.

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Phrasal Verb: Knock off


Meaning: Steal

Example: He KNOCKED it OFF and sold it.

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Phrasal Verb: Knock off


Meaning: Produce or create something quickly

Example: I KNOCKED the essay OFF in an hour.

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