knock back

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Synonyms for knock back

cost a certain amount

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Rodgers was enthused by the choice to knock back Grainger s license and the introduction of a six-month freeze on new applications, which includes a state government review of all existing applications; she is still concerned that mining companies could return to the area in the future.
And they continued to knock back the beers until about 1pm the following day, June 5, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
However, as that only applies to Spanish sides, Sevilla were able to knock back the interest of the Premier League club, now managed by their former manager Juande Ramos.
NORWEGIAN outfit Aalesunds last night vowed to knock back any attempt by Celtic to lure wonderkid Peter Orry Larsen on trial.