Definición de punchball en inglés:

punchball

Silabificación: punch·ball
Pronunciación: /ˈpənCHˌbôl
 
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sustantivo

1US A team ball game in which a rubber ball is punched or headed.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I come from the part of Brooklyn, N.Y., where girls played punchball or handball, unless they were fortunate enough to have someone pay for their tennis lessons.
  • Punchball is a sport similar to baseball but without a pitcher, catcher, or bat.
  • Punchball should be declared an Olympic event.
2British Another term for punching bag.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He is a past master of the photo-opportunity who, as a Scottish Office minister, wowed inmates at Saughton Prison with his boxing skills by laying into a punchball.
  • Despite the lack of a swimming pool on board the ship to Canada, King kept fit by using a boxer's punchball - the method Allan Wells pioneered for track sprinters over 40 years later.

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