smasher, stunner, knockout, beauty, ravisher, sweetheart, peach, lulu, looker, mantrap, dish(noun)
a very attractive or seductive looking woman
knockout, KO, kayo(adj)
a blow that renders the opponent unconscious
hard, knockout, severe(adj)
very strong or vigorous
"strong winds"; "a hard left to the chin"; "a knockout punch"; "a severe blow"
The act of making someone unconscious, or at least unable to come back on their feet within a certain period of time; a TKO.
The boxer scored a knockout on his opponent.
Something wildly popular, entertaining, or funny.
If you've ever had a sack race, you know it's a real knockout for kids and adults alike.
A very attractive person, especially a beautiful woman.
A partially punched opening meant for optional later removal.
They left a knockout in the panel for running extra wires someday.
The deactivation of a particular gene.
A creature engineered with a particular gene deactivated.
An event where a foreground color causes a background color not to print.
A tournament, in which a team or player must beat the opponent in order to progress to the next round.
the knockout stages of the competition
Rendering someone unconscious.
He delivered a knockout blow.
Amazing; gorgeous; beautiful.
You should have seen her knockout eyes.
Designating an organism in which a particular gene has been removed or deactivated.
Origin: From knock out.
A knockout is a fight-ending, winning criterion in several full-contact combat sports, such as boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai, mixed martial arts, Karate and other sports involving striking. A full knockout is considered any legal strike or combination thereof that renders an opponent unable to continue fighting. The term is often associated with a sudden traumatic loss of consciousness caused by a physical blow. Single powerful blows to the head can produce a cerebral concussion and cause a sudden, dramatic KO. Body blows, particularly the liver punch, can cause progressive, debilitating pain that can also result in a KO. In boxing, kickboxing, etc. a knockout is usually awarded when one participant falls to the canvas and is unable to rise to his feet within a specified period of time, typically because of exhaustion, pain, disorientation, or unconsciousness. For example, if a boxer is knocked down and is unable to continue the fight within a ten second count, he is counted as having been knocked out and his opponent is awarded the KO victory. In mixed martial arts competitions, no time count is given after a knockdown, as the sport allows submission grappling as well as ground and pound. If a fighter loses consciousness as a result of legal strikes, or does not immediately defend himself after a knockdown, he is declared knocked out. As many MMA fights can take place on the mat rather than standing, it is possible to score a KO via ground and pound, a common victory for grapplers.
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The numerical value of knockout in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of knockout in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of knockout in a Sentence
Believe In The Knockout Power Of The Lord!
We're going to win on Oct. 25, we're going to deal Macri a knockout.
We are confident and have the capacity to reach the knockout stage, we should be able to play all kinds of strategy.
When they came up with the Champions League, the idea wasn't to have PSV( Eindhoven) and Ghent playing in the knockout stage.
In middle life, the human back is spoiling for a technical knockout and will use the flimsiest excuse, even a sneeze, to fall apart.
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