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Spanish translation of “punch”

punch

verb /pantʃ/
to hit with the fist
dar un puñetazo
He punched him on the nose.
punch-drunk adjective (of a boxer) dizzy from being continually hit.
grogui, aturdido
punch line noun the funny sentence or phrase that ends a joke
remate (de un chiste)
He always laughs before he gets to the punch line.
punch-up noun a fight (using fists)
riña
There was a punch-up in the bar.
(Definition of punch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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