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AliaAhmadwell as you see it's knocks me ON my...I've never heard the expression.
I'm familiar with things like, "Well, as you [can] see, it knocks me OFF my feet!"
It's an idiom which means that something makes a very big impression on you.
It knocks you off your feet figuratively, not literally.
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|AliaAhmad yes you're right its knock off my feet|
what does it mean " Knock me off my feet like heroin."
Thanks a lot!
AliaAhmadWhat does it mean to "Knock me off my feet like heroin" ?Something else has the same effect on you that heroin does.
Whether or not it actually knocks you off your feet, I honestly can't say.
NL888 then the team made the system...I don't think so.
I don't believe they physically rebuilt what they had previously seen under the microscope. (They didn't build a working model.)
"To reconstruct a system" is often used to mean that the team analyzes the subject to a point at ...
Michelle Cha1. You are welcome/ welcomed as a guest in our home.Both are correct.
Michelle Cha2.You are welcomed as You are welcome in our home. "Welcome" in this case is an adjective complement.
guesta guests in our home.
You are welcomed in our home. "Are welcomed" in this case is a passive verb.
We welcome you to / in our home. "Welcome" in this case is an active, ...
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