knock-off

knock-off
Verb. 1. To have sex with (someone). E.g."She's just not my type, but I'd definitely knock off her sister."
2. To steal.
3. To stop work. E.g."We knocking off for lunch in 10 minutes, so finish what you're doing."
Noun. 1. Fake, counterfeit.
2. Stolen goods. E.g."I'm not having that DVD player in my house, it's knock-off and my father's a policeman."

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • knock off — desist, stop, 1640s; do hastily, 1817; kill, murder, 1919; from KNOCK (Cf. knock) (v.) + OFF (Cf. off) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Knock-off — n. 1. Act or place of knocking off; that which knocks off; specif. (Mach.), a cam or the like for disconnecting something, as a device in a knitting machine to remove loops from the needles. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2. A {knockoff}. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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