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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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It's a pressie that knocks spots off everyone else (spots - get it?).
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Watching a good match in the comfort of a bar knocks spots off having to endure 90 minutes of cold discomfort perched on a narrow plastic chair in a stadium.

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