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knock
[nok] v.,n. -v 1. qëlloj, godas (me grusht, me çokë); knock sb on the head qëlloj dikë në kokë. 2. përplas; knock one's head on/against sth përplas kokën pas diçkaje. 3. trokas; knock on the door trokas në derë. 4. kërcet, kërkëllin; the engine is knocking motori kërkëllin. 5. zhrg. kritikoj; qortoj /-n 1. goditje. 2. përplasje. 3. trokitje; I heard a knock dëgjova një trokitje. 4. zhurmë, kërcitje (në motor). 5. kritikë e ashpër.
knock about/around ['nok ë'baut/ë'raund] gj.fol. a) endem, bredh; b) vërtitet; it's knocking around here diku këtu rrotull është; c) qëlloj pareshtur; keqtrajtoj
knock back ['nok bæk] a) shklluq, rrëkëllej; b) zhvas, përlaj; it knocked me back \$100 m'i përlau 100 dollarë
knock down ['nok daun] a) shemb, rrëzoj (një ndërtesë; b) hedh në tokë, rrëzoj (kundërshtarin); c) pres (pemën); d) shkallmoj (derën); e) ul (çmimin); f) shpall të shitur (një send në ankand); you could have knocked me down with a feather! mbeta i shtangur në vend; g) çmontoj (një mobilje)
knock in ['nok in] ngul (një gozhdë)
knock off ['nok of] a) ul, zbres; knock off \$20, knock \$20 off the price zbres 20 dollarë nga çmimi; b) lë/ndal punën; c) bëj shpejt e shpejt, e hedh tutje; d) përlaj, qëroj, vjedh; e) lë shakull, palos; knock it off! lëre!, mjaft, më!
knock out ['nok aut] a) hutoj, shushas, shtang; b) sport. nxjerr nokaut, nxjerr jashtë luftimit (kundërshtarin); c) shkul, nxjerr (një gozhdë); d) thyej (dhëmbët)
knock over ['nok 'ëuvë:(r)] a) rrëzoj, shemb, hedh përtokë. 6. shtyp, përplas (një kalimtar)
knock together ['nok të'gedhë:(r)] a) përplas me njëri-tjetrin; b) mbërthej me ngut
knock up ['nok ap] a) i jap lart (levës); b) i nxjerr gjumin (me trokitje në derë); c) lodh, rraskapis; d) zhrg. lë me barrë
knock-about ['nok ë'baut] n.,adj. -n 1. anije e vogël me velë. 2. Br. lojëra të potershme /-adj . i zhurmshëm, i potershëm
knocker ['nokë:] n. çok, rrahës (i derës)
knock knees ['nokni:z] n. gjunjë të lakuar nga brenda
knockout ['nokaut] n.,adj. -n 1. sport. nokaut. 2. goditje dërrmuese. 3. zhrg. a) sukses, ngjarje e madhe; b) person shumë i suksesshëm /-adj . dërrmues
knockout competition ['nokaut kompë'tishën] n. Br. garë/kampionat me eliminim
knockup ['nokap] n. sport. gjuajtje topash (në tenis)
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trokas; kërcas; trokitje

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