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knock-off

[′näk‚ȯf]
(mechanical engineering)
The automatic stopping of a machine when it is operating improperly.
The device that causes automatic stopping.
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You invent a great product and shady characters decide to monetize on your invention, often using your wording, pictures, trademarks and in some instances even your product to sell their own knock-off!"
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Talkington of Team Dream has similarly chosen to focus his energy on growing his brand rather than worrying about knock-offs. That means regular Instagram posts of cyclists ascending picturesque mountain roads in colourful apparel and photos of cats ("People respond more when we post cats," Talkington reasoned).
According to (http://tvline.com/2017/04/28/catch-ratings-season-2-renewed-cancelled/) TV Line , "The Catch" Season 2, episode 8, titled "The Knock-Off," garnered a total of 3.1 million viewers and had a 0.7 rating.
While fashion aficionados anxiously wait to see what their favorite celebrity will be wearing, lesser known designers are gearing up to make knock-off versions of the nights top fashion moments.