Spanish translation of 'knock back'
transitive verb + adverb
beberse (de un trago)
⇒ he can certainly knock them back
sabe darle al trago (inf)
- (= cost)
⇒ it knocked me back £10
me costó 10 libras
- (= shock)
⇒ the smell knocks you back
el olor echa para atrás (inf)
- (informal, = reject)
dar con la puerta en las narices a
Example Sentences Including 'knock back'
I'd get home dead tired and knock back another couple of drinks, then sleep badly until dawn, if I was lucky.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
Of course you're going to knock back the whisky for a while until you claw your way back on to an even keel!Absolute Truths
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Translation of knock back from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary