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Phrasal Verbs

knock together

This page is about the phrasal verb knock together

Meaning

to make something quickly, or without putting too much thought into details

Synonym

knock up (British, informal), throw together

For example

  • knock together sth Our designers are going to knock together a model so we can see how it'll look.

  • knock sth together We've got some investors coming this afternoon. Would it be possible to knock a presentation together for them?

Quick Quiz

To celebrate the company's 17th anniversary, some of the staff have knocked together

a. some signs for the office

b. a glossy commemorative book

c. a gold watch for the manager

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