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phrasal verb [transitive]
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present tense
I/you/we/theyknock together
he/she/itknocks together
present participleknocking together
past tenseknocked together
past participleknocked together
  1. 1
    to make two rooms or buildings into one room or building by removing a wall that separates them
    The two cottages had been knocked together.
  2. 2

    knock together

    or

    knock up

    informal to produce something quickly and easily
    While you get dressed, I’ll knock together a quick dinner.
  3. 3
    I’ll knock your heads together spoken used for threatening to punish two people or groups who are fighting
See also main entry: knock

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