Knock off conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: quit, hit so that something falls off, rob, remove, reduce, other activity, assign, make a copy of, kill someone, stop doing work, do, make, bump, kill, off

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
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they
Present Simple
knock off
knock off
knocks off
knock off
knock off
knock off
Future Simple
will knock off
will knock off
will knock off
will knock off
will knock off
will knock off
Past Simple
knocked off
knocked off
knocked off
knocked off
knocked off
knocked off
Conditional Simple
would knock off
would knock off
would knock off
would knock off
would knock off
would knock off
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am knocking off
are knocking off
is knocking off
are knocking off
are knocking off
are knocking off
Future Progressive
will be knocking off
will be knocking off
will be knocking off
will be knocking off
will be knocking off
will be knocking off
Past Progressive
was knocking off
were knocking off
was knocking off
were knocking off
were knocking off
were knocking off
Conditional Progressive
would be knocking off
would be knocking off
would be knocking off
would be knocking off
would be knocking off
would be knocking off
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have knocked off
have knocked off
has knocked off
have knocked off
have knocked off
have knocked off
Future Perfect
will have knocked off
will have knocked off
will have knocked off
will have knocked off
will have knocked off
will have knocked off
Past Perfect
had knocked off
had knocked off
had knocked off
had knocked off
had knocked off
had knocked off
Conditional Perfect
would have knocked off
would have knocked off
would have knocked off
would have knocked off
would have knocked off
would have knocked off
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been knocking off
have been knocking off
has been knocking off
have been knocking off
have been knocking off
have been knocking off
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been knocking off
will have been knocking off
will have been knocking off
will have been knocking off
will have been knocking off
will have been knocking off
Past Perfect Progressive
had been knocking off
had been knocking off
had been knocking off
had been knocking off
had been knocking off
had been knocking off
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been knocking off
would have been knocking off
would have been knocking off
would have been knocking off
would have been knocking off
would have been knocking off

Examples of knock off

Example in English
I'm gonna knock off a liquor store with an ear of corn."
$100 it's a knock off.
5 o'clock, time to knock off.
All right, knock off the celebration!
Can I knock off?
I'm gonna knock off a liquor store with an ear of corn."
$100 it's a knock off.
5 o'clock, time to knock off.
All right, knock off the celebration!
Can I knock off?
Maybe he knocks off early.
And Samantha, who's rich because her dad knocks off convenience stores gave $14.50.
Christine knocks off another elyse puck, leaving elyse only two pucks,
Elyse knocks off another christine puck.
Everybody knocks off at 12:00.
Maybe he knocks off early.
And Samantha, who's rich because her dad knocks off convenience stores gave $14.50.
Christine knocks off another elyse puck, leaving elyse only two pucks,
Elyse knocks off another christine puck.
Everybody knocks off at 12:00.
Tiptoes" Mazzilli and Johnny King got knocked off last night.
We knocked off five pigs last night."
'Cause if we sell them on the street... any punk bitch who gets busted with one just to get a couple years knocked off their time!
About $100,000 per head we knocked off.
All the same, I wanna know what time Gus knocked off work last night, okay?
'Cause you're knocking off that piece Who thinks she's better than everybody
That's me knocking off, Judy.
What I'm getting at is that counterfeiters were knocking off a bag of yours before it even hit the runway.
What about knocking off for lunch?
Why? - You were knocking off our jeans.
Tiptoes" Mazzilli and Johnny King got knocked off last night.
We knocked off five pigs last night."
'Cause if we sell them on the street... any punk bitch who gets busted with one just to get a couple years knocked off their time!
About $100,000 per head we knocked off.
All the same, I wanna know what time Gus knocked off work last night, okay?
'Cause you're knocking off that piece Who thinks she's better than everybody
That's me knocking off, Judy.
What I'm getting at is that counterfeiters were knocking off a bag of yours before it even hit the runway.
What about knocking off for lunch?
Why? - You were knocking off our jeans.

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