Definitions for "knock off"
Keywords:  rob, husdband, damme, rochon, lela
to rob.
write quickly; "She dashed off a note to her husdband saying she would not be home for supper"
A single, large wing nut for fastening a wheel to the hub. Easily removed and replaced, it is struck (knocked off) with a mallet on the wings. Also called a "spinner."
An inexpensive club made to look like a name-brand.
A generic term for handbags and other merchandise that duplicates the style of a famous designer brand name. Some knockoffs are legitimately licensed reproductions while others are simply forgeries passed off as the original. Retailers carrying knockoff designs should be absolutely certain of the legal status of the product in order to avoid defrauding their customers and possibly getting into legal troubles.
A counterfeit. A cheap auto part packaged to represent a popular brand.
Keywords:  cader, buttar, verb, far
verb, "far cader giù, buttar giù"
Keywords:  mafia, defeat, rid, kill, threat
to kill; to defeat (opponents).
get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing; "The mafia liquidated the informer"; "the double agent was neutralized"
Keywords:  snitched, wallet, theft, someone, take
take by theft; "Someone snitched my wallet!"
Keywords:  pursuing, stop, cease, lawsuit, work
to quit (working).
to stop doing something, usually to finish work for the day
To stop; to stop work.
to make a knockoff of; to copy or imitate, usually without permission or admission of copying.
a device in a knitting machine to remove loops from the needles.
to accomplish; -- frequently used when the task is accomplished rapidly.
Keywords:  discount, deduct, price, sum, cut
to discount, to deduct (a sum from a price).
cut the price of
Keywords:  hit, see