punch

  1. (boxing) a blow with the fist
  2. a tool for making (usually circular) holes

Punch

• A punch for making indentations or dots in a piece of work, as for suspension between lathe centers, etc. • A punch for punching holes in sheet metal, having a small conical center to insure correct locating. • (n.) A short, fat fellow; anything short and thick. • (n.) A thrust or blow. • (n.) A prop, as for the roo...
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punch

(from the article `boxing`) Death as a result of a boxing injury is actually less likely in the heavyweight division, an unexpected fact given that it is in this division that ... ...each boxer for each round, and a boxer must win on two of the three scorecards to earn a decision victory. In Olympic bouts five judges score the ... [2...
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punch

(from the article `coin`) ...where, under the action of surface tension, they assumed a characteristic lenslike shape before solidification. The weight of the pellets was ... ...in the fabrication of sheet-metal parts that range in size from the finger stop on a dial telephone to the panels of an automobile body. Each ... [2 related ...
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punch

(from the article `wine`) ...frequently mixed by the consumer and sometimes bottled by a manufacturer, in which flavouring materials are added after the manufacture of the ...
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Punch

(v) To perforate by pressing a non-rotating tool through the work.
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punch

. an intermediary flaking tool one end of which is placed on the core while a sharp blow is applied to the other. This not only allows the flint knapper to apply force with pinpoint accuracy, but also permits fine control of the angle from which the force originates.
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Punch

1. A tool used to create small shapes. 2. The shapes created by the punches.
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punch

verb make a hole into or between, as for ease of separation; `perforate the sheets of paper`
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punch

puncher noun a tool for making holes or indentations
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Punch

[combat] A punch is a striking blow with the closed fist. It is used in some martial arts and combat sports, most notably boxing where it is the only type of offensive technique allowed. In sports, hand wraps or other padding such as gloves may be used to protect athletes and practitioners from injuring themselves. The use of punches varies...
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Punch

[Danish magazine] Punch (1873–1894) was an illustrated conservative Danish satirical magazine modelled over the English Punch. ==Sources== ...
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Punch

[drink] Punch is the term for a wide assortment of drinks, both non-alcoholic and alcoholic, generally containing fruit or fruit juice. The drink was introduced to England from India in the early seventeenth century; from there its use spread to other countries. Punch is typically served at parties in large, wide bowls, known as punch bowls...
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Punch

[numismatics] In numismatics, a punch is an intermediate used in the process of manufacturing coins. A punch has its design in cameo, much like on the coins themselves. Prior to the use of punches, each die was individually engraved and when a die wore out, another one had to be engraved to replace it, and the exact design of the worn die w...
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Punch

[tool] A punch is a hard metal rod with a shaped tip at one end and a blunt butt end at the other, which is usually struck by a hammer. Most woodworkers prefer to use a ball-peen hammer for using punches. Punches are used to drive objects, such as nails, or to form an impression of the tip on a workpiece. Decorative punches may also be used...
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Punch

Punch noun [ Hind. pānch five, Sanskrit pa ... can . So called because composed of five ingredients, viz., sugar, arrack, spice, water, and lemon juice. See Five .] A beverage composed of wine or distilled liquor, water (or milk), sugar, and the juice of lemon, with spi...
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Punch

Punch noun [ Abbrev. from puncheon .] 1. A tool, usually of steel, variously shaped at one end for different uses, and either solid, for stamping or for perforating holes in metallic plates and other substances, or hollow and sharpedged, for cutting out blanks, as for buttons, steel pens, j...
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Punch

Punch transitive verb [ Middle English punchen , perhaps the same word as English punish : or confer English bunch .] To thrust against; to poke; as, to punch one with the end of a stick or the elbow.
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Punch

Punch transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Punched ; present participle & verbal noun Punching .] [ From Punch , noun , a tool; confer French poinçonner .] To perforate or stamp with an ins...
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Punch

A device for punching a hole in film leader to locate a starting point for editorial or printing synchronization. (Film Editing). Also refers to specular light. (Lighting)
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Punch

A metal tool for driving nails below the surface of the material.
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Punch

A punch is a machine for making or starting holes.
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punch

an iced mixed drink usually containing alcohol and prepared for multiple servings; normally served in a punch bowl
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Punch

Basic punches in boxing are the jab, straight right (cross), uppercut and hook. Then you have the corkscrew delivered off a jab or cross and the wide swinging uppercut called the bolo punch.
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Punch

Basic punches in boxing are the jab, straight right (cross), uppercut and hook. Then you have the corkscrew delivered off a jab or cross and the wide swinging uppercut called the bolo punch.
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