knock to

knock something to someone

to hit something, such as a ball, to someone. The coach knocked the ball to each player in turn. The ball was knocked to the guy out in center field.
See also: knock
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When the porter is awakened from a drunken stupor by knocking at the door he invites three imaginary guests into his hangover, using knock knock to introduce each one.
In the first attack, an elderly woman answered a knock to her door in Lawnview Street, North Belfast, at 7.
Half an hour later, an elderly man answered a knock to the door of his house in Graymount Drive, Newtownabbey.
Now over a million people visit Knock to pray at the shrine.
Don't bother getting yourself a decent accountant, just head to Knock to sort out your j to r Revenue woes.