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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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Our heads are busy knocking together to organise an outstanding conference.
The Mad Bad Ad Show Channel 4, 10pm If you've ever seen an episode of The Apprentice where the candidates have been challenged to make a TV advert, you'll know that knocking together a convincing commercial isn't as easy as it looks.
My source adds: "They arrived en masse in the canteen, so the staff started frantically knocking together bacon sandwiches to feed them all.
Director Ed Cox said: "If Government sees sense, it will surely send the North East's proposals back to the drawing board, knocking together the heads of those politicians who appear unable to share the same room to develop economic plans at the scale that the North East economy deserves.
One new boy, who went on to hold several Cabinet posts, told me beforehand: "The rat-a-tat you'll hear will be my knees knocking together.
the clatter of crockery knocking together, a man's rough cough from last

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