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knock

(nok),
1. Colloquialism for a blow, especially a blow to the head.
2. A sound simulating that of a blow or rap.
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They were dancing on the tables, singing and shouting, knocking back beer and were very boisterous.
And Corrie's Danny Baldwin was the biggest soap boozer, knocking back three whiskies and cokes and two bottles of wine at son James' birthday party.
The baby-faced teenager was knocking back the booze with his girlfriend Camilla Smith at London's Pangea nightclub.
The ``Pulp Fiction'' director was knocking back a few drinks in the East Village after performing in ``Wait Until Dark'' when an unidentified man started arguing with him, say witnesses.
IS it wise for Charlize Theron to be knocking back the alcohol while out walking on the beach?
And Amy Nuttal and Sheree Murphy of Emmerdale were seen knocking back the drinks.
Russell, 21, of Newport, Isle of Wight, was arrested on the scooter after knocking back lager.
The ex-Everton boss wants to return to club management and joined Ron Atkinson and Bruce Rioch in knocking back the IFA's approaches.