Posted by Miri Barak on April 05, 2004
In Reply to: Re: Knock it posted by ESC on April 05, 2004
: : : : She says:
: : : : "When you see this sort of countryside you can't knock it"
: : : : it's an admiring sentence, but I am not sure about the "knock it". (it's Britain).
: : : : Thank you very much
: : : From Merriam-Webster online:
: : : 3 : to find fault with. Always knocking those in authority.
: : : Or, "Don't knock it until you've tried it."
: : many thanks ESC, I never look in Mirriam webster,
: : I always go to cambridge,(onelook) but this time I'm knocked out, so to speak.
: : I think I'll have to give you some percentage of my salary. don't you think?
: : Not that it's too high. actually quite the opposite. but what can I do, I'm in love with tranlating.
: This, believe it or not, is what I do for fun. That's payment enough.
I can understand it all right. Still you have my appreciation, You and all the good people who help me. You save me time and again.