knockback [ˈnɒkbæk]
1 (rejection) rechazo (m); feo (informal) (m)
to get the knockback sufrir un feo (informal)
2 (setback) revés (m); duro golpe (m)
Needless to say, British skating has suffered a severe knockback since the Nottingham's supreme duo quit for the professional circuit Norwich received another knockback yesterday when Harry Redknapp agreed a new 3-year deal to remain as assistant manager with West Ham I was promised a move if I helped them get promotion, but Palace never came up with what they promised. It was a major knock-back, but that's how it goes
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