Knockdown definitions

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An overwhelming blow or shock.
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Something designed to be easily assembled or disassembled.
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The act or an instance of knocking down.
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The condition of being knocked down.
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Strong enough to knock down or overwhelm; powerful.

A knockdown blow.

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Designed to be easily assembled or disassembled.

Knockdown furniture.

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Reduced.

Knockdown prices.

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So severe as to knock down; overwhelming.
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Made so as to be easily taken apart.

A knockdown table.

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A knocking down; felling.
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A blow, stroke, etc. that knocks one down.
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An act of knocking down or the condition of being knocked down.
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(genetics) A genetically modified organism that carries one or more genes in its chromosomes that has been made less active or had its expression reduced.
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(genetics) The use of a reagent such as an oligonucleotide with sequence complementary to an active gene or its mRNA transcript, to interfere with the expression of said gene.
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(nautical) The condition of a sailboat being pushed abruptly to horizontal, with the mast parallel to the water surface.
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(soccer) A short pass played downwards, for example from the head onto someone's feet.
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Powerful enough to overwhelm or knock down.
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Origin of knockdown

knock +‎ down