Significado de “punt” - en el Diccionario Inglés

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puntnoun [ C ]

uk /pʌnt/ us /pʌnt/

punt noun [ C ] (KICK)

a way of kicking the ball in rugby or American football, by dropping it from your hands and kicking it before it hits the ground, or a powerful kick in football that causes the ball to go a long way

punt noun [ C ] (RISK)

take a punt on sth

to risk money by buying or supporting something, in the hope of making or winning more money:

It might be a good idea to take a punt on a few technology stocks.

puntverb

uk /pʌnt/ us /pʌnt/

punt verb (KICK)

[ T ] (in rugby or American football) to kick the ball after you have dropped it from your hands and before it touches the ground, or (in football) to kick the ball powerfully so that it goes a long way

[ T ] US informal If you punt something, you decide not to do or include it:

We were running out of time, so we decided to punt the sightseeing and just go shopping.

punt verb (BOAT)

[ I or T ] to travel in a punt:

We punted up the river.
It's a glorious afternoon - let's go punting.

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(Definición de punt del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

punt en inglés americano

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puntverb [ T ]

us /pʌnt/

(in football) to kick the ball after you have dropped it from your hands and before it touches the ground

punt
noun [ C ] us /pʌnt/

I caught the punt and started running.

(Definición de punt del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

punt en inglés de negocios

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puntnoun [ C ]

uk /pʌnt/ us FINANCE
take a punt on sth

informal to invest money in something:

It might be a good idea to take a punt on a few internet technology stocks.

(Definición de punt del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)