knock out

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Englisch - Türkisch
nakavt etmek
vurup yıkmak
uyutmak
elemek
yenmek
öldürmek
vurup çıkartmak
tıngırdatmak
yormak
{k} (elektriği, telefon hattını v.b.'ni) kesmek
(fiil)rup çıkartmak, nakavt etmek, yenmek, çarpmak, yormak, öldürmek, tıngırdatmak
çarpmak
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- vurup yere yıkmak , nakavt etmek 2- vurup çıkarmak 3- bayıltmak , çok yormak
devirmek
yere yıkmak
irtibat kutusu kapağı
knockout
{i} nakavt

Dövüşü nakavtla kazandı. - He won the fight by a knockout.

Bu dövüşü nakavtla kazanmak istiyorum. - I want to win this fight with a knockout.

knock out (someone)
birini yere yıkmak
knockout
yıkıcı
knock someone out
yere yıkmak (birini)
knock yourself out
(deyim) kafana göre takıl
knockout
çekici şey
knockout
çekici kimse
knockout
(Bilgisayar) renkleri çakıştırma
knockout
afet
knockout
nakavt etmek
knock the daylights out of
ağzını burnunu dağıtmak
knockout
{f} nakavt yap
knockout
(boks) nakavt
knockout
çekici kimse/şey
knock oneself out
(deyim) Çok çalışmak, çok gayret göstermek
knock s.o. out
knock öylesine dışarı
knock the bottom out of
temelinden sarsmak
knock the bottom out of
foyasını meydana çıkarmak
knock the living day light out of someone
birisinin hayatını kurtarmak
knock the living daylights out
(deyim) Çok korkutmak, odunu patlatmak
knock the wind out of someone
(deyim) Birinin boğazına vurarak nefes alamaz duruma getirmek
knock yourself out
(deyim) Ne halin varsa gör!
knock s.o. out
birini (bir darbeyle) yere yıkmak/nakavt etmek
knock s.o. out
k.dili. (ilaç) birini uyutmak
knock s.o. out
k.dili. birini hayran etmek/mest etmek
knock the bottom out of
(deyim) temelini sarsmak
knock the stuffing out of
(deyim) pestilini çıkarmak
knockout
sersemletici
knockout
ask. düşmana çok zarar veren (saldırı)
knockout
nakavt,v.nakavt yap: n.nakavt
knockout
{i} büyük darbe
knockout
{s} zarar verici
knockout
i., boks nakavt. s
knockout
uyuşturucu
knockout
k.dili. çok güzel, muhteşem
knockout
harika/nakavt
knockout
çok çekici kimse
Englisch - Englisch
To strike or bump (someone or something) out

I accidentally knocked out the glass in my picture frame.

To render unconscious, as by a blow to the head

The boxer knocked out his opponent in the third round.

To eliminate
To cause a mechanism to become non-functional by damaging or destroying it

The antitank gun knocked out the enemy tank.

To put to sleep

The allergy pill knocked him out for a good three hours.

To exhaust

Running errands all day really knocked him out.

To complete, especially in haste; knock off

They knocked out the entire project in one night.

A term used to describe the condensate flow rate It can be expressed as gallons per minute (GPM) or pounds mass per minute (lbm/min)
An event that causes a Pokémon to be removed from play A Knock Out occurs when the amount of damage on a Pokémon exceeds its health points When a Pokémon is Knocked Out, the opposing player takes one of his prizes
empty (as of tobacco) by knocking out; "knocked out a pipe"
If a person or team is knocked out of a competition, they are defeated in a game, so that they take no more part in the competition. Henri Leconte has been knocked out in the quarter-finals of the Geneva Open The Irish came so close to knocking England out of the European Championships. see also knockout
knock unconscious or senseless; "the boxing champion knocked out his opponent in a few seconds"
amaze; defeat in a contest; final punch (Boxing); hit someone so hard that they lose consciousness
If something is knocked out by enemy action or bad weather, it is destroyed or stops functioning because of it. Our bombers have knocked out the mobile launchers
destroy or break forcefully; "The windows were knocked out"
eliminate; "knock out a target"
overwhelm with admiration; "All the guys were knocked out by her charm"
A term used to describe the condensate flow rate It can be expressed as gallons per minute (GPM) or pounds mass per minute (lbm/min) (0103)
To knock someone out means to cause them to become unconscious or to go to sleep. The three drinks knocked him out He had never been knocked out in a professional fight
An area of the image masked out so it does not print
To clear an area of absolutely every printing dot; or to outline an image and drop out all dots surrounding it
overwhelm with admiration; "All the guys were knocked out by her charm
To mask out an image
logo or image knocks out every layer behind, to print on white background or not overprint on a certain color
The removal (or knock out) of the color in an area, allowing the background or page color to show through
force out so as to establish lower cards
knock out of the box
To cause a pitcher to be replaced by heavy hitting
knock out of the box
To cause something to be replaced by something else
don't knock yourself out
Don't overexert yourself (in doing something that does not require much effort)

I'll get round to it soonish. — Well, don't knock yourself out!.

knock oneself out
To go ahead; to do as one pleases
knock oneself out
to grant permission for or to give endorsement of a suggestion or proposal, especially when the speaker is not interested in its outcome

I'm going to the store. / Knock yourself out..

knock the living daylights out of
To knock out; to hit and cause to be unconscious
knockout
A tournament, in which a team or player must beat the opponent in order to progress to the next round
knockout
A partially punched opening meant for optional later removal

They left a knockout in the panel for running extra wires someday.

knockout
The deactivation of a particular gene
knockout
A creature engineered with a particular gene deactivated
knockout
A very attractive person, especially a beautiful woman

Phrases such as she bowled me over, she's striking, and she's a knockout suggest that the woman affects the man in ways he cannot mediate or control.

knockout
The act of making someone unconscious, or at least unable to come back on their feet within a certain period of time; a TKO

The boxer scored a knockout on his opponent.

knockout
Something wildly popular, entertaining, or funny

If you've ever had a sack race, you know it's a real knockout for kids and adults alike.

knockout
Stunning; amazing; gorgeous

You should have seen her knockout eyes.

knock oneself out
(deyim) To work very hard; make a great effort

1. Mrs. Ross knocked herself out planning her daughter's wedding. 2. Tom knocked himself out to give his guests a good time.

knock oneself out
(deyim) Begin doing it. Usually said to show you are unhappy with someone who has complained about your efforts

If you want to make hotel and airline and car reservations and take care of everything, well, then, knock yourself out.

knock the living daylights out
(deyim) Make someone feel extremely scared
knock yourself out
(deyim) A term for "Do whatever the hell you want, it doesn't bother me"
knock yourself out
(deyim) Begin doing it. Usually said to show you are unhappy with someone who has complained about your efforts
A knock out
KO
knock oneself out
make an enormous effort, try very hard, go the extra mile (Informal)
knock the bottom out of
destroy the foundation of; thwart, frustrate, make difficult
knock-down-drag-out
a knock-down-drag-out argument or fight is an extremely angry or violent one
knock-out
A casual term for a type of targeted mutation in which an amorphic ( loss-of-function) allele is produced See also Knock-in
knock-out
To remove the background color on which type or graphics are being printed, as opposed to an overprint
knockout
printing term
knockout
(1) a form of tournament in which the winners of matches progress to the next round
knockout
White type on a black or dark background Other terms: reverse; dropout
knockout
A knockout blow is an action or event that completely defeats an opponent. He delivered a knockout blow to all of his rivals
knockout
A printing term that refers to the technique of preparing a color separation to produce a transparent area on the film This typically occurs when one process color overlaps a second causing the bottom color not to print to top
knockout
A partially prepunched opening in a box that is removed to allow the entry of cable A knockout that is mistakenly opened or is open because a cable is removed must be filled with a knockout seal Back to alphabetical list
knockout
in genetics, a cell or organism from which a given gene has been disrupted experimentally; "double knockout", from which two selected genes have been disrupted
knockout
approval If you describe someone or something as a knockout, you think that they are extremely attractive or impressive. She was a knockout in navy and scarlet
knockout
a blow that renders the opponent unconscious
knockout
An area on a printer's spot-color overlay in which the overlapping color is deleted so the background color shows through
knockout
A shape or object printed by eliminating (knocking our) all background colors contrast to Overprinting
knockout
When type or line art is printed over a photo or colored background, the best way to produce a consistent color is to reverse the type or artwork out of the background and then drop in the desired color This process is referred to as knocking out
knockout
The elimination of part of an image in order that another image can be printed in front
knockout
a situation in which a character hits an opponent and makes the opponent fly off the stage into one of four directions: up, down, left, or right
knockout
A removable piece of an electrical box or panel that's "knocked out" to allow cable to enter the box
knockout
An event where a foreground color causes a background color not to print
knockout
A knockout competition is one in which the players or teams that win continue playing until there is only one winner left. the European Cup, a knockout competition between the top teams in Europe
knockout
a technique of preparing a color separation to produce a transparent area on a film such as type that appears as white on a black or dark colored background
knockout
An alteration of a gene that results in loss of function; a transgenic organism in which a gene has been inactivated
knockout
a very attractive or seductive looking woman
knockout
{i} act of incapacitating an opponent (Boxing); knockout blow (Boxing); great success; attractive woman (Slang); tranquilizing drug (Slang)
knockout
An area on a printer's spot-color overlay in which an overlapping color is deleted so the background color shows through
knockout
Rendering someone unconscious
knockout
When type or line art is to be printed over a photograph or other variable color background, the best way to produce a consistent color is to first "reverse" the type or artwork out of the background, then drop in the desired color This process is referred to as Knocking Out See also Reversed Type
knockout
When type or line art is to be printed over a photograph or other variable color background, the best way to produce a consistent color is to first reverse the type or artwork out of the background and then drop in the desired color This process is referred to as knocking out
knockout
Act of knocking out, or state of being knocked out
knockout
A perforated piece of metal in a box that is removed with a punch and hammer to permit insertion of wire
knockout
A shape or object printed by eliminating (knocking out) all background colors Contrast to overprinting
knockout
{s} stunning, amazing, impressive
knockout
The opposite of overprint, describing an element whose ink replaces (knocks out) the ink(s) of any background objects A knockout object prints only its own color, maintaining color purity
knockout
That knocks out; characterized by knocking out; as, a knock-out blow; a knock-out key for knocking out a drill from a collet
knockout
Deactivation of specific genes; used in laboratory organisms to study gene function See also: gene, locus, model organisms Return to Top
knockout
very strong or vigorous; "strong winds"; "a hard left to the chin"; "a knockout punch"; "a severe blow"
knockout
In boxing, a knockout is a situation in which a boxer wins the fight by making his opponent fall to the ground and be unable to stand up before the referee has counted to ten
knockout
The process of removing the portion of a background color that lies underneath an object so that the object color will not mix with the background color during printing
knockout
Inactivation of specific genes Knockouts are often created in laboratory organisms such as yeast or mice so that scientists can study the knockout organism as a model for a particular disease
knock out
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