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''The boxer scored a knockout on his opponent.''
The deactivation of anything.
1989, ''Network World'' (6 February 1989, page 82)
- Pull the plug on a node to see how the network handles a node knockout.
''If you've ever had a sack race, you know it's a real knockout for kids and adults alike.''
1995, Rhonda K. Reinholtz ''et al.'', "Sexual Discourse and Sexual Intercourse," in P. J. Kalbfleisch and M. J. Cody, eds., ''Gender, Power, and Communications in Human Relationships'', p. 150,
- Phrases such as "she bowled me over," "she's striking," and "she's a knockout" suggest that the woman affects the man in ways he cannot mediate or control.
''They left a knockout in the panel for running extra wires someday.''
A creature engineered with a particular gene deactivated.
''the knockout stages of the competition''
A simple game for two or more players, derived from basketball.
Rendering someone unconscious.
''He delivered a knockout blow.''
''You should have seen her knockout eyes.''
Designating an organism in which a particular gene has been removed or deactivated.
1999, (w), ''Genome'', Harper Perennial 2004, p. 255:
- The result is a so-called knockout mouse, reared with a single gene silenced, the better to reveal that gene's true purpose.
Causing elimination from a competition
2012, Ben Smith, ''Leeds United 2-1 Everton'' http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/19632366
- Rodolph Austin delivered the knockout blow from close range 20 minutes from time, after Aidan White had given Leeds a dream start after four minutes.