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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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After some still wine is knocked together, one of the top boys at the cellar will blend a load of wines in order to keep a consistent style from year to year.
Every year more than 50,000 people gather for the Red Bull Flugtag to watch man attempt that elusive dream - soaring into the sky on something knocked together in the garden shed or garage.
This is because 165/167 Longwood Gate, Longwood, is an overdwelling and an underdwelling knocked together with an attic conversion.
It's hardly surprising, then, that so many people are now asking for heads to be knocked together.
5 million on two penthouses which they knocked together into one big home.
The court heard that police found two cannabis factories, one in two bedsits, which had been knocked together in Spon End, Coventry, and the other in a stable block in Napton, south Warwickshire.
Two terraced houses in Gurnall Street were knocked together to create one bigger family home.
The room, originally two smaller rooms knocked together, looks out onto the garden through French doors.
It sounds like A-Trak and Armand van Helden (aka Duck Sauce) have knocked together a very simple glitterball disco house track and thought to themselves, how do we make this a bit better?
Today smaller rooms have been knocked together, although maintaining sufficient partitions and discreet corners to give a semblance at least of allowing some privacy to get on with whatever one feels like doing down at the inn.
He quickly knocked together a device consisting of a pole with a funnel at at the top.