knock back

listen to the pronunciation of knock back
Englisch - Türkisch
hızla içmek
(deyim) knock someone back [kd] belili bir paraya mal olmak,mali durumunu sarsmak
mal olmak
(Argo) reddetme
Englisch - Englisch
to stun, surprise

I was knocked back by the sheer size of the hall.

To drink an alcoholic beverage swiftly or often
drink in one swallow
If you knock back a drink, especially an alcoholic one, you drink it quickly, and often in large amounts. He was knocking back his 10th gin and tonic of the day She poured some vodka into a glass and knocked it back in two swallows
cost a certain amount; "My daughter's wedding set me back $20,000"
If an event, situation, or person knocks you back, they prevent you from progressing or achieving something. It seemed as though every time we got rolling something came along to knock us back That really knocked back any hope for further peace negotiations. = set back
A rejection; a refusal

He got a few knockbacks today when he tried to give his resume out at the local shops.

give someone a knock-back
(deyim) Reject someone

I found out that Alice gave you a knock-back but it's not the end of the world.

A refusal or setback
A knockback is a problem or a rejection which delays your progress or which reverses some of the progress you have made. The schedule has suffered a knockback. a refusal or rejection that you receive
knock back