English to Yoruba Meaning :: knockout

Knockout :
knockout
- knockout
 
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Verb(1) Knock unconscious or senseless(2) Destroy or break forcefully(3) Overwhelm with admiration(4) Empty (as of tobacco) by knocking out
Noun(1) A blow that renders the opponent unconscious(2) A blow that knocks unconscious(3) A striking person or thing

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(1) A knockout blow(2) You should be honored and proud to be with her because she's a knockout , man.(3) Barcelona, on the other hand, will be a match for anyone in the knockout rounds.(4) The last event was the traditional tug-of-war, in which a round robin knockout decided the winner.(5) He conceded to the Evening Press that in a way he was glad not to have witnessed the cruel knockout blow, which has left the popular boxer battling for his life.(6) They qualify from their group but fall to Argentina in the first round of knockout matches after a penalty shoot-out.(7) It didn't look a knockout blow but the American-Italian slumped to the canvas; referee Coyle revealed later that he had considered stopping the contest there and then.(8) It's definitely not an attractive look for a supposedly irresistible knockout , even though she has the necessary figure.(9) At the Games there will be eight teams in each competition battling it out in pools, followed by the knockout rounds.(10) Your career seems to be so much more reinvigorated since the knockout win over Klitschko.(11) The crowning achievement of his career was probably his knockout of bantamweight champion, Lupe Pintor.(12) Much has been written about the failure of the Allied armies to deal the Germans a knockout blow in 1944.(13) The top four teams in each group advance to the quarter-finals where the tournament turns into a straight knockout .(14) McGrath scented a quick end to the contest - and like a prize boxer went straight for the knockout blow.(15) Victory in a one-sided match will have sharpened up the Dutch for the knockout contests ahead.(16) He must have been a knockout when he was young
Related Words
(1) knockout pin ::
knockout pin
Synonyms
Adjective
1. severe ::
àìdá
Noun
2. KO ::
KO
3. beauty ::
ẹwa
4. masterpiece ::
aṣetan
5. kayo ::
kayo
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