To do the sex act; copulate; screw (1940s+)
adjective 1. resulting inevitably but indirectly from another event or circumstance: the works closed with the direct loss of 3000 jobs and many more from the knock-on effect on the area noun 2. (rugby) the infringement of playing the ball forward with the hand or arm verb (adverb) 3. (rugby) to play (the ball) forward […]
- Knock-on effect
[nok-on, -awn] /ˈnɒkˈɒn, -ˈɔn/ noun, Chiefly British. 1. a chain reaction.
- Knock oneself out
verb phrase [1936s+; perhaps fr Yiddish aroysshlogn zikh] 1. Make a great effort, as in I was knocking myself out to finish on time. This expression also is put negatively, Don’t knock yourself out, meaning “don’t exert yourself; it’s not worth that much effort.” [ c. 1930 ] 2. Enjoy yourself, have a good time, […]
[nok-out] /ˈnɒkˌaʊt/ noun 1. an act or instance of knocking out. 2. the state or fact of being knocked out. 3. a knockout blow. 4. Informal. a person or thing overwhelmingly attractive, appealing, or successful. 5. a panel in a casing, can, or box, especially of metal or plastic, so designed that it can readily […]