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punch

noun
 
 
/pʌntʃ/
HIT [C] B2 the act of hitting someone or something with your fist (= closed hand) : a punch on the noseFighting sportsHitting and beatingPunishing by causing pain
DRINK [U] a sweet, mixed drink made from fruit juice, spices, and usually alcoholAlcohol - general words
HOLE [C] a piece of equipment that makes a hole in somethingToolsGardening tools
Translations of “punch”
in Korean 펀치, 주먹으로 한대 침…
in Arabic لَكْمة…
in French punch…
in Turkish yumruklama, yumruk atma, bir tür meyveli kokteyl…
in Italian pugno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打, 一拳,一擊…
in Russian удар кулаком, пунш, перфоратор…
in Polish cios (pięścią), poncz, dziurkacz…
in Spanish ponche…
in Portuguese soco, golpe…
in German der Punch…
in Catalan cop de puny…
in Japanese パンチ, 殴打…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打, 一拳,一击…
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