verb knock on (adverb)
Examples from the Web for knock-on
More likely, investors realise the ‘knock-on’ effects from a Cypriot default are literally incalculable.Cyprus is Imploding, So Why Aren't Markets Freaking Out?|Megan McArdle|March 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And that, of course, would have had a knock-on effect in the private sector.
And the knock-on effect is thoroughly shaking the Digg offices.
Africa may have escaped the initial shock of the global financial crisis, but it is not being spared from its knock-on effects.