[nak-erd] /ˈnæk ərd/
adjective, British Slang.
exhausted; very tired:
He is really knackered after work.
adjective (Brit, slang)
exhausted; tired out
worn out; no longer working, esp after long or hard use
“worn out, tired,” past participle adjective from knacker (v.).
[nak-uh-ree] /ˈnæk ə ri/ noun, British. 1. .
[nahk-wurst, -woo rst] /ˈnɑk wɜrst, -wʊərst/ noun 1. a short, thick, highly seasoned sausage. /ˈnɒkˌwɜːst/ noun 1. a short fat highly seasoned sausage
/næɡ/ noun 1. a knot in wood 2. a wooden peg
[kneyd-l] /ˈkneɪd l/ noun, plural knaidlach [kneyd-luh kh, -lahkh] /ˈkneɪd ləx, -lɑx/ (Show IPA). Jewish Cookery. 1. a dumpling, especially a small ball of matzo meal, eggs, and salt, often mixed with another foodstuff, as ground almonds or grated potato, usually served in soup.