Knocked into next week - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
knock (one) into (the middle of) next week (redirected from knocked into next week)
knock (one) into (the middle of) next week
To strike one with great force. Did you see the way he punched Larry? Gosh, he must have knocked him into next week! The cab ran the red light and ended up knocking me into the middle of next week.
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knock someone into the middle of next week hit someone very hard. informal
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References in periodicals archive
Knocked into next week
by a big hit from Sam Cane, but lovely pass in build-up to Faletau try.
So here are the storylines that could have preceded the dum dum drums of Albert Square: DARK ARTS FROM THE ALL BLACKS Poor Angie had to contend with Dirty Den, Bradley Davies was knocked into next week
by Dirty Hore.
"I got knocked into next week
," grinned Flannery afterwards when reminded of that tackle.
It was a case of blink and you'd miss it as Maccarinelli went in for the kill instantly and when he connected with one of his signature left hooks, Hobson was knocked into next week