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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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These apartments were constructed after four luxury flats were knocked together. It is just the kind of property that Russian oligarchs possesses in recent years.
"Some people need to have their heads knocked together and put in their place."
"Like Canford Cliffs, Paco Boy and Toronado, Barney Roy lives in what we call the honeymoon suite, which is two boxes knocked together with Sky and a minibar.
Fans were impressed but Liam, 22, left, insists it is something he just knocked together.
It felt like it had been knocked together in 10 minutes.
HEADS have been knocked together and a devolution deal has been done for the Liverpool city region that includes a "metro" mayor who will exercise powers across all six of our local authority areas.
Halimov has knocked together a group of ten people (all of them are mainly unemployed men) and they left for Moscow on May 1.
You just get a man with some stringed instruments that look as if they have been knocked together from the contents of a skip.
"We just have two houses knocked together because mine was too small," he said, "We see as much of each other as any couple, but our relationship is enhanced by knowing we have our personal space to retreat to.
Perhaps some reminder of our rich manufacturing past such as a Mini, the iconic car once knocked together at Longbridge.
The former inn was converted into three cottages, two of which have been knocked together to form Whitfield Place.
IT'S quite a simple concept, really: still, I find it remarkable how six bits of wood, knocked together to form a small box, creates a potential dwelling for birds that are about to migrate here from south of the Sahara.