knockdown definition

  • noun:
    • The work or an example of slamming straight down.
    • The condition of being knocked down.
    • An overwhelming blow or surprise.
    • some thing designed to easily be put together or disassembled.
    • An act of knocking straight down or perhaps the problem of being knocked-down.
    • a formidable blow.
    • A genetically modified organism that carries several genetics in its chromosomes that is made less active or had its phrase reduced.
    • the usage a reagent including an oligonucleotide with series complementary to an energetic gene or its mRNA transcript, to restrict the appearance of said gene.
    • The condition of a sailboat becoming pushed suddenly to horizontal, because of the mast parallel into water area.
    • a quick pass played downwards, for example from mind onto somebody's foot.
    • To strike down; to fell; to prostrate by a blow or by blows.
    • To assign to a bidder at an auction, by a blow or knock regarding the auctioneer's hammer; to market at an auction.
    • To disassemble; to dissassemble.
    • To reduce or discount the buying price of.
    • To earn (money).
    • what knocks one down; something that overpowers or overwhelms, as powerful liquor; specif., a kind of ale or beer this is certainly quite strong.
    • A knocking down; a felling by a knock, since a combatant, or of an animal; a blow that overwhelms; in addition, a fist battle.
    • Something that knocks down, or takes aside, for packing or reduction, as an item of furniture; in addition, state of being knocked-down, or taken apart.
    • a blow that knocks the adversary off their legs
  • adjective:
    • Strong adequate to knock-down or overwhelm; effective: a knockdown blow.
    • Designed to easily be assembled or disassembled: knockdown furnishings.
    • Reduced: knockdown prices.
    • effective enough to overwhelm or knock down
    • reduced in cost
    • Of power sufficient to fell or entirely overthrow.
    • Designating a rivet end is created into a head by upsetting in fastening.
    • Of or pertaining to the act of knocking straight down at an auction; specif., designating the price below which a write-up will never be disposed by the auctioneer.
    • Made or constructed so as to be capable of becoming knocked down or taken apart, in terms of transportation.
    • powerful enough to knock down or overwhelm
    • (furniture) easily put together and dismantled
  • others:
    • Such as to hit into floor; ergo, overwhelming; irresistible: since, a knock-down blow; a knock-down argument.
    • built in order to be readily knocked down or taken apart for convenience in transport; prepared and held in individual components, willing to go together overall.
  • verb:
    • knock-down with power
    • cause in the future or decrease
    • shatter as though by explosion

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