punch

All Noun Verb
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  • A series of strong punches would put him down yet again later in the round.
  • Multiple punches may be used together to create a part in one step.
  • There have been times when I punched her to the ground without thinking.
  • Later on in his career, he adopted the heart punch as his finishing move.
  • In this game players hit the ball with both hands by punching it with both hands.
  • Another of the features in this system is how the student is taught to punch.
  • The relationship began again when he punched her new boyfriend to win her back.
  • It represents the power of his punch both inside and outside the ring.
  • However, punching it too much will turn it into a large gold coin.
  • Despite the small size of the island, they have traditionally punched above their weight.
  • You reach a point on tour and you get a bit punch-drunk.
  • Punches are extremely common among parties for college and university students.
  • In practice, this often includes punches delivered from close-range or behind.
  • The original show used punched paper cards, though computers control the new system.
  • As the episode name suggests, she's a woman whose play-punches are all-too-hard.
  • It is not likely that you will ever see a president or a high level executive punching a time clock.
  • After this, she punched her father for trying to kill her.
  • He is known for his unique punch style of hitting the ball over square.
  • The machine would also be able to punch numbers onto cards to be read in later.
  • The team quickly gained its respect and punched above their weight on a number of occasions during the season.
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Meaning of punch

  • noun (boxing) a blow with the fist
    I gave him a clout on his nose
  • noun An iced mixed drink usually containing alcohol and prepared for multiple servings; normally served in a punch bowl
  • noun A tool for making holes or indentations
  • verb Deliver a quick blow to
    he punched me in the stomach
  • verb Drive forcibly as if by a punch
    the nail punched through the wall
  • verb Make a hole into or between, as for ease of separation
    perforate the sheets of paper