Associations to the word «Knockout»
KNOCKOUT, noun. The act of making someone unconscious, or at least unable to come back on their feet within a certain period of time; a TKO.
KNOCKOUT, noun. The deactivation of anything.
KNOCKOUT, noun. (informal) Something wildly popular, entertaining, or funny.
KNOCKOUT, noun. (informal) A very attractive person, especially a beautiful woman.
KNOCKOUT, noun. A partially punched opening meant for optional later removal.
KNOCKOUT, noun. (genetics) The deactivation of a particular gene.
KNOCKOUT, noun. (genetics) A creature engineered with a particular gene deactivated.
KNOCKOUT, noun. (printing) An event where a foreground color causes a background color not to print.
KNOCKOUT, noun. (sports) A tournament in which a team or player must beat the opponent in order to progress to the next round.
KNOCKOUT, adjective. Rendering someone unconscious.
KNOCKOUT, adjective. Amazing; gorgeous; beautiful.
KNOCKOUT, adjective. (genetics) Designating an organism in which a particular gene has been removed or deactivated.
KNOCKOUT, adjective. Causing elimination from a competition
KNOCKOUT DROP, noun. (slang) (US) (mostly plural) A drop of a drug used to make a person fall asleep or become unconscious or stupefied for the purpose of robbery, etc., typically by mixing it into a drink.
KNOCKOUT DROPS, noun. Plural of knockout drop
KNOCKOUT MOUSE, noun. (biology) (genetics) Any of several forms of mice that have been genetically engineered by inactivating specific genes
KNOCKOUT, noun. A very attractive or seductive looking woman.
KNOCKOUT, noun. A blow that renders the opponent unconscious.
KNOCKOUT, adjective. Very strong or vigorous; "strong winds"; "a hard left to the chin"; "a knockout punch"; "a severe blow".
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