Knock it off!

knock it off

slang To stop doing whatever one is doing. Often used as an imperative. Knock it off, you two! I don't want to see any more fighting. I'm going to go tell those kids to knock it off with the loud music. I know you don't think anyone notices when you come in late, but if you don't knock it off, you're going to find yourself on the unemployment line.
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Knock it off!

Inf. Be quiet!; Stop that noise! Stop doing that! John: Hey, you guys! Knock it off! Bob: Sorry. Bill: Sorry. I guess we got a little carried away. Sue: All right. Knock it off! Bill: Yeah. Let's get down to business.
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knock it ˈoff!

(spoken) used to tell somebody to stop making a noise, annoying you, etc: Knock it off, will you? I’m trying to work.
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Knock it off!

exclam. Be Quiet!; Shut up! Hey, you guys! Knock it off!
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