Definition of knock off phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

knock off

 phrasal verb
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Phrasal Verbs

knock off

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knock off something

 
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(informal) to stop doing something, especially work Do you want to knock off early today? What time do you knock off work? Let's knock off for lunch.
(slang) to murder somebody
  1. 1(informal) to complete something quickly and without much effort He knocks off three novels a year.
  2. 2(British English, slang) to steal something; to steal from a place to knock off a DVD player to knock off a bank

knock somethingoff

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knock somethingoff something

 
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(informal) to reduce the price or value of something They knocked off $60 because of a scratch. The news knocked 13% off the company's shares.
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: knock off