knockoff definition by Webster's New World
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Slang a copy or imitation; esp., an inexpensive copy, as of a fashionable clothing design
knockoff definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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An unauthorized copy or imitation, as of designer clothing: “the place to go for quality knockoffs” (Women's Wear Daily).
knockoff - Business Definition
An inexpensive imitation of a branded product, nearly always produced without permission. Knockoffs of well-known and expensive purses and watches are sometimes illegally offered on street corners of major cities.