knocking-off time

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knocking-off time

[ˌnɒkɪŋˈɒfˌtaɪm] Nhora f de salir del trabajo

knocking-off time

[ˈnɒkɪŋˈɒfˌtaɪm] n knocking-off time is six o'clocksi stacca or si smonta alle sei
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Having two older AC/DC-worshipping brothers, meant there was little doubt over what musical genre he would choose as the perfect vehicle for earthy tales of those souls who lived for the weekend and cared for little beyond knocking-off time on a Friday.
Don't get me wrong, he was a very nice and incredibly polite stone, but I couldn't help but feel he spent the entire conversation with the same forced smile that passport controllers at JFK airport wear when it's knocking-off time and overexcited tourists are trying to engage them in a little too much small talk.
If you manage to make it through to knocking-off time and you're still breathing, then you're doing pretty well.
The road used to be a sea of workers at knocking-off time.
But sometimes we avoid it all together, especially at knocking-off time, because there are just a couple of faults with it.
It wants to encourage employees to take a stand - by having a proper lunch, leaving work on time and, even better, getting the boss to treat them to a coffee or cocktail at knocking-off time.
THE QUEUE: Not bad at just 20 minutes but it was more chaotic than Santa's workshop at knocking-off time.