Definition of knock someone's block off in English:

knock someone's block off

phrase

informal
  • Hit someone very hard in anger.

    • ‘In fact, I scared one of them half to death when I walked through the door; she tried to knock my block off with a mop as she thought I was an intruder!’
    • ‘I'd like to see it myself, except that someone would probably recognize me and try to knock my block off.’
    • ‘I get home from school a few days later and my mother is looking like she wants to knock my block off.’
    • ‘The young man turned to look at me, and for a second there, I thought he was going to knock my block off.’
    • ‘He told Bellamy he would knock his block off if he ever set foot back in Newcastle.’
    • ‘The first time we met I thought he was going to knock my block off because I'd called him Bart instead of Bartholomew.’
    • ‘If I were that age - I'd knock his block off if I were his ‘so-called’ teammate.’
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