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Knockout

Knockout - to remove someone from a competition

  • We have one more team to knockout, and than we go to the semi-final.
  • I am working hard in school, so I can knockout the competition.
  • In the chess competition. I have to knockout 3 more people, and than I win.
  • Do you think you can knockout the competition?
  • We were knocked out of the race.
  • My friends were knocked out of the swimming race. I am the only one left in the competition from all my friends.

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