knock (something)

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knock (something)

To judge or criticize something. Hey, pickles and ice cream are pretty good together—don't knock it!
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knock

tv. to criticize someone or something. Don’t knock it if you haven’t tried it.

knock

/throw for a loop
Slang To surprise tremendously; astonish.
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Every time these so-called professionals get a knock it's on with the magic sponge and its sorted, in a lot of cases these players look like it's an Oscar for acting they want.
Gerard Quinn Just knock it down and build something.
"Confidence is a massive thing in any sport and as soon as you take a knock it's hard to deal with.
"If it is goin ca c n deal with He added: players know are quick, yo ge g tting u knock it's p " He added: "Our smaller players know now that if you are quick, you get used to getting up again if you get knocked down because it's part of the deal.
"If he gets another knock it's going to rule him out of the Test match and we don't want to do that.
It's a nice problem to have but considering how well Sturridge was playing before he got a knock it's a no-brainer, he has to come back in.
The NUT should salute the Army, not knock it's record
Anthony Hollies: We don't need a supermarket round here' Dave Padfield: Knock it down' Mark Hall: Good idea
You can't really knock Band Aid, although something has to knock it off the No 1 spot - and I hope it's me.'
"If you just knock it over, you have a pile of commingled stuff and all you can do with that is haul it away," says Chad Malone.
"When you take a knock it's in people's nature to raise themselves, " said Gough.
But while Brown sweats it out like a condemned man waiting for the hangman's knock it's time for his judges to leave the bench and join him in the dock.
"If you knock it out, you knock out resistance to several strains" of a bacterial pathogen, Pseudomonas syringae, that attacks tomatoes.
HAPPY: "So after a tough summer and a little bit of a confidence knock it's good to come here and get a medal - it is definitely a step in the right direction."