Definition of 'knock down'
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Translations for 'knock down'
British English: knock down /nɒk daʊn/ VERB
To knock down a building or part of a building means to demolish or destroy it.
Why doesn't he just knock the wall down?
- American English: knock down
- Arabic: يُهَدِّمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: derrubar com uma pancada
- Chinese: 击倒
- Croatian: srušiti
- Czech: strhnout budovu
- Danish: slå ned
- Dutch: neerhalen
- European Spanish: derribar
- Finnish: iskeä maahan
- French: renverser
- German: niederschlagen
- Greek: ρίχνω κάτω με ένα χτύπημα
- Italian: abbattere
- Japanese: 打ち倒す
- Korean: 때려 부수다
- Norwegian: slå ned
- Polish: wywrócić
- European Portuguese: derrubar
- Romanian: a dărâma
- Russian: сносить
- Spanish: derribar
- Swedish: slå ner
- Thai: ทุบทิ้ง
- Turkish: devirmek düşürmek
- Ukrainian: зносити
- Vietnamese: phá hủy
Definition of knock down from the Collins English Dictionary
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