Translation of knockoff in Spanish:


imitación, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnɑkɑf/



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    imitación feminine
    • It is an expensive knock-off, but a knock-off all the same.
    • Don't buy knock-offs - they are rip-offs for everyone concerned - except the guy selling them.
    • Rather than struggling to come up with their own original idea, they threw out a gaggle of thinly disguised knock-offs.
    • He then meets Jean-Michel, a charismatic crook who earns money by selling knock-offs, and the two form an uneasy partnership.
    • This film is more or less responsible for influencing the style of all the cheap knock-offs that have since followed, with more to come.
    • Once you have identified a work which violates your copyright, what can you do in order to stop the auctions early on and prevent these knock-offs from entering the stream of commerce?
    • Entrepreneurs jumped in, and for a while cheaper knock-offs supplied the diminishing demand.
    • A hot topic these days is the flood of extremely poor quality, foreign made knock-offs of custom designs that are littering the discount outlets.
    • So, the fashion industry is rife with knock-offs.
    • Regardless of its many knock-offs, the success of the Tomb Raider franchise seems to me to be a bit of a fluke.
    • It was the time when many of the urban élite would return from visits to Paris with the latest fashions while the less well-off sported convincing knock-offs.
    • The arrival of the ‘clones ‘- generic knock-offs of the IBM design - forced prices down.’
    • The horror genre had run its course during the '80s, mostly because filmmakers were so quick to cash in on the popularity by releasing inferior sequels and lame knock-offs.
    • Along the Corso Buenos Aires near the train station prices are affordable and designer knock-offs abound.
    • I'm not even sure those dolls are Barbies, I think they might be knock-offs from the 99-cent store.
    • Chinatown has always had illegal vendors who sell knock-offs and kitsch, but in the past year the industry has grown and the vendors are offering more sophisticated counterfeit goods that are in high demand.
    • Remember, parallel imports aren't cheap knock-offs from Hong Kong, but usually end-of-line goods imported by a third country.
    • Not just because I'm a staunch hard sci-fi kind of guy, but most fantasy, to me, consists of poorly written Tolkein knock-offs.
    • The knowledgeable gun-buying public does not see Smith & Wesson's Value Series guns as cheap knock-offs, but rather as bargains.
    • After decades of trying to compete with cheap knock-offs of the original 1933 design, Anglepoise has decided to appeal to the design cognoscenti by going seriously upmarket.