Dictionary search results

Showing 1-7 of 7 results

bunt1 British & World English

(Of a batter) gently tap (a pitched ball) without swinging in an attempt to make it more difficult to field

bunt2 British & World English

The baggy centre of a fishing net or a sail

bunt3 British & World English

A disease of wheat caused by a smut fungus, the spores of which give off a smell of rotten fish

drag bunt British & World English

A bunt, usually by a left-handed batter, that is hit down the first baseline

bunt British & World English

A disease of wheat caused by a smut fungus, the spores of which give off a smell of rotten fish

wheat bunt in bunt3 British & World English

A disease of wheat caused by a smut fungus, the spores of which give off a smell of rotten fish

sacrifice bunt in sacrifice British & World English

A bunted or fly ball which puts the batter out but allows a base runner to advance