Translation of knockdown in Spanish:

knockdown

Pronunciation: /ˈnɒkdaʊn//ˈnɑkdaʊn/

adjective

  • 1

    (reduced)
    at a knockdown price a precio de ganga
  • 2

    (in boxing)
    (blow) demoledor
    (blow) fulminante
  • 3

    (furniture) desmontable
    (furniture) desarmable

noun

  • 1

    (in boxing)
    caída feminine
    • So, if your Christmas gift list expands as easily as your waistline at this time of year, you need to know where to pick up some spot-on presents at knock-down prices.
    • He had been one of the main beneficiaries of the government's wave of privatisations during the mid-1990s, when state-owned assets were sold off at knock-down prices.
    • Most of the early privatisations were an instant success - at least with their new shareholders, who got their shares at knock-down prices.
    • Intel has granted 80,000 workers the right to buy additional stock at the knock-down price of $25.69 a pop.
    • But an undercover investigation by Scotland on Sunday has revealed gourmet chefs are still willing to buy salmon at a knock-down price, for cash and with few questions asked.
    • Bargain hunters have a rare opportunity to join the elite club of the rich and famous at a knock-down price.
    • At the designer outlet, Burberry has a selection of trenchcoats at knock-down prices, beginning at £195.
    • Earlier this year, TK Maxx opened at Monks Cross, this time selling end-of-season high street stock at knock-down prices.
    • But at a time when business values are falling, stakeholders tend not to take kindly to selling the family silver at a knock-down price.
    • He was given the property by its owners at a knock-down price in a bid to secure his support in Dublin County Council.
    • He claims the Hollywood legend is trying to drive him out of the luxury townhouse in order to buy the property at a knock-down price.
    • It came up for sale in the mid-1960s at a knock-down price of £4,000 and her father-in-law bought it, thinking Julie would be the perfect person to put in charge.
    • When I called in the next day, there were still heaps of pre-autographed copies of their debut single sitting in the racks, at the knock-down price of 99p.
    • On offer, at Budgens are two wines with the Canaletto label, both at the knock-down price of £3.99.
    • The finest crystal, china and porcelain will tomorrow be up for grabs at knock-down prices when Mulberry Hall begins its annual New Year sale.
    • When Levi-Strauss took Tesco to court for selling its jeans at knock-down prices similar to those paid in the US, it won, because Tesco had sourced them on the grey market outside Europe.
    • Back at the store, the bags were sorted and the clothes washed and pressed before being sold at knock-down prices.
    • Tesco has a particularly impressive Christmas range and all at knock-down prices.
    • I took the car off his hands and he gave it to me at a knock-down price.
    • Meanwhile, two teams of would-be Bargain Hunters pick up objets d' art at knock-down prices from their local antique fair and then try to flog them down the auction room.
    • There are no knock-down arguments and there is legitimate disagreement even amongst like-minded experts.
    • A haven of genteel entertainment might persuade local residents that there were pleasurable and respectable alternatives to a knock-down drunken blowout every weekend.
    • Toyota has decades of experience shipping knock-down components by container to assembly plants around the world, including the U.S.