knock the hell out of

knock the hell out of someone or something

Inf. to strike someone or something very hard. (Use hell with discretion.) The bully knocked the hell out of Sam. You really knocked the hell out of my front bumper.
See also: hell, knock, of, out

beat/knock/kick the ˈhell out of somebody/something

(informal) (also beat/knock/kick the ˈshit out of somebody/something taboo, slang) beat, etc. somebody/something very hard: If the crowd had managed to get hold of the robber, they would have beaten the hell out of him.The gang knocked the hell out of him for no reason at all.
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