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to hear a knock at the door: to hear a noise, a bang at the door
'knock knock': onomatopoeia that imitates the sound of knocking at the door; a type of joke (that usually finishes with a play on words)
-Knock Knock! -Who’s there? -Ken. -Ken who? -Ken I come in? It's freezing out here!
UK: I thought someone was knocking at the door, but there was nobody there.
US: I will knock on your door at 9AM to wake you up.
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- "Brian : Knock knock!"
- "knock on your door out of the blue saying that they notice that your roof / driveway / windows / walls need urgent work."
- "This is where many of our most powerful fragrances come from. Knock knock, Horatio?"
- "Knock knock Hannah : Come in!"
- "Now, use the secret knock."
- "Cannot you knock?"
- "Knock knock Luna : Hello Woody, come on in!"
- "Knock knock Luna : Woody!"
- "There was a girl knocking on my door all night."
- "Knock knock Luna : Ah, come in!"
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