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punt 1

American English: /pənt/
British English: /pʌnt/

noun

  • (for duck shooting) patera (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • I had no oars because I thought I could propel the punt with a primitive sail that I had assembled.
    • A passerby on shore heard the cries for help, broke a window in a yacht club, grabbed a pair of oars, slipped a punt in the water and rowed out to where he heard the shouting.
    • Where once the harbour might have had a currach or two tied up, the inlet is now festooned with yachts and dinghies and motor boats and punts of all shapes and sizes.

intransitive verb

  • (in boat)to go punting
    salir de paseo en batea
    Example sentences
    • The last highlight of our trip was being punted along the River Welland by Ashley Hatton, a young man who had the idea for this unusual business last summer.
    • Lucy Boston was captivated by it when she first saw the Manor in 1915, while punting along the river with her brother.
    • A variation of the first was to punt yourself along, feet pointing straight downward, gathering speed all the time by pushing off left and right.

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punt 2
American English: /pənt/
British English: /pʌnt/

transitive verb

  • (Sport)
    (ball)
    despejar
    Example sentences
    • Holland punts a ball upfield and into what appears to be a parallel universe, where Kevin Kilbane is able to beat his man and deliver a decent cross into the box.
    • Ten minutes later Foulger punted the ball upfield and Hoyle flicked it on for Jamie Longley to steer it in.
    • At the restart, Armoy fluffed the catch and Shane Hadden was there to punt the ball upfield.

intransitive verb

noun

  • (Sport)
    patada (feminine) de despeje

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punt 4
American English: /pʊnt/
British English: /pʊnt/

noun

  • (Finance, History)
    Example sentences
    • The old punt is equal to one euro and twenty seven cent.
    • A computer or printer may be originally priced for the world market in dollars or sterling and translated into punts say, once every six months.
    • Francs, Deutschmarks, guilders, punts, drachmas and pesetas will all have gone by the end of February.

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