Knock it off

verb phrase

To stop doing or saying something; desist; cut it out •Often a stern command: I told you creeps to knock it off, now I’m gonna waste you (1902+)
Quit or stop doing something, as in Knock it off, boys! That’s enough noise. This term is often used as an imperative. [ ; c. 1900 ]
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