knocking copy in British English noun. advertising or publicity material designed to denigrate a competing product. What does knocking something mean?
1 : to strike something with a sharp blow. 2 : to collide with something. 3a : bustle heard them knocking around in the kitchen. b : wander knocked about Europe all summer. 4a : to make a pounding noise.

What is knock slang for?

Slang. to murder; kill. Slang. to die. Slang. to get rid of; reduce. Slang. to disable or defeat. Slang. to commit a robbery at; steal from: The gang knocked off a gas station. How do you speak knocked?

What is the meaning of knock for knock?

A knock-for-knock agreement is an agreement between two insurance companies whereby, when both companies’ policy-holders incur losses in the same insured event (usually a motor accident), each insurer pays the losses sustained by its own policy-holder regardless of who was responsible. What does the saying knocked me for six mean?

British, informal. : to have an unpleasant and shocking effect on (someone) The news of the accident really hit me for six.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What does it mean to thump someone?

transitive verb. If you thump someone, you attack them and hit them with your fist. [informal] Don’t say it serves me right or I’ll thump you.

What is the synonym of knock?

bump, bang, hit, strike, crack. injure, hurt, damage, bruise. informal bash, thwack. 3’he knocked into an elderly man with a walking stick’ collide with, bump into, bang into, knock against, hit, strike, be in collision with, run into, crash into, smash into, plough into, slam into, dash against, ram, jolt.

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What happens in a 50/50 insurance claim?

As each party takes equal blame for the accident, both are entitled to claim compensation for any damages and personal injury they may have suffered. How a 50/50 claim works is that when any damages are awarded to either party, you will only receive 50% of the amount awarded as you will be liable for the other 50%.

What is a fault based indemnity?

Fault-based. A fault-based indemnity allocates risk for loss to the party that was at fault. Under a fault-based indemnity regime, a contractor would only be responsible for indemnifying the owner for a loss to the extent the contractor’s negligence caused it.

What is the purpose of the insurance Council of New Zealand?

Our mission is to promote and shape a responsive and sustainable insurance industry to safeguard New Zealand, and adhere to the Fair Insurance Code.

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