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punch /pʌntʃ/ verb [transitive]
punch noun


سوراخ کن ، پانچ ، توپ را با مشت زدن ، ضربه با مشت ، مهر کردن ، مشروب مرکب از شراب ومشروبات دیگر ، کوتاه ، قطور ، ضربت مشت ، قوت ، استامپ ، مهر ، مشت زدن بر ، منگنه کردن ، سوراخ کردن ، پهلوان کچل ، علوم مهندسی: منگنه ، کامپیوتر: پانچ ، معماری: منگنه ، ورزش: مشت ، علوم نظامی: در رهگیری هوایی یعنی به زودی با هواپیمای دشمن روبرو خواهید شد
مهندسی صنایع: سنبه ، منگنه ، پانچ
سنبه زدن ، قالب زدن ، سوراخ کردن ، پانچ کردن ، منگنه کردن ، مهر زدن الکترونیک: منگنه ، پانچ ، کامپیوتر: سوراخ کن ، پانچ ، منگنه ، علوم مهندسی: توپ را با مشت زدن ، ضربه با مشت ، مشت ، ورزشی: منگنه ، معماری: سوراخ کردن ، مهر کردن ، سوراخ ، در رهگیری هوایی یعنی به زودی با هواپیمای دشمن روبرو خواهید شد ، علوم نظامی: مشروب مرکب از شراب ومشروبات دیگر، کوتاه ، قطور، مشت ، ضربت مشت ، قوت ، استامپ ، مهر، مشت زدن بر، منگنه ، منگنه کردن ، سوراخ کردن ، پهلوان کچل

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

punch
[verb]
Synonyms:
- hit, belt (informal), bop (informal), box, pummel, smash, sock (slang), strike
[noun]
Synonyms:
- blow, bop (informal), hit, jab, sock (slang), wallop (informal)
- effectiveness, bite, drive, forcefulness, impact, verve, vigour
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(Informal)
[verb]
pierce, bore, cut, drill, perforate, prick, puncture, stamp
Related Words: hit, slap, strike
English Thesaurus: dig, make a hole, burrow, plough, excavate, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. Punch1

1. Mr Punch the main character in a Punch and Judy show

2. as pleased as Punch old-fashioned very happy:
He’s as pleased as Punch about the baby.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. Punch2 trademark
a British weekly magazine which was started in 1841 and continued to be published until 2002. It is known especially for its humorous articles and cartoons.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. punch1 S3 /pʌntʃ/ verb [transitive]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: poinçonner 'to make a hole in', from poinçon 'tool for making holes']

1. HIT to hit someone or something hard with your fist (=closed hand):
He punched me and knocked my teeth out.
punch somebody on/in something
He punched Jack in the face.

2. MAKE HOLES to make a hole in something, using a metal tool or other sharp object:
The guard punched my ticket and I got on.
These bullets can punch a hole through 20 mm steel plate.

3. PUSH BUTTONS to push a button or key on a machine:
Just punch the button to select a track.

4. punch holes in sb’s argument/idea/plans etc to criticize someone’s views, idea, plans etc by showing why they are wrong

5. punch the air to make a movement like a punch towards the sky, to show that you are very pleased:
He punched the air in triumph.

6. punch sb’s lights out informal to hit someone hard in the face

7. punch the clock American English informal to record the time that you start or finish work by putting a card into a special machine

8. CATTLE American English old-fashioned to move cattle from one place to another

9. punch above your weight informal if businesses, organizations, teams etc punch above their weight, they are successful in an activity or task which usually needs more money, power, skill etc than they seem to have – used especially in newspapers
punch in phrasal verb

1. American English to record the time that you arrive at work, by putting a card into a special machine Synonym : clock in British English

2. punch something ↔ in to put information into a computer by pressing buttons or keys
punch out phrasal verb American English

1. to record the time that you leave work, by putting a card into a special machine Synonym : clock out British English

2. punch somebody out to hit someone so hard that they become unconscious

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. punch2 noun
[Sense 1-2, 5-7: Date: 1500-1600; Origin: punch1]
[Sense 3: Date: 1600-1700; Origin: Perhaps from Hindi pãc 'five'; because there are five things that go into it. ]
[Sense 4: Date: 1500-1600; Origin: Probably from puncheon; pounce]
[Sense 8: Date: 1800-1900; Origin: Punch character in children's puppet shows, from Punchinello, probably from Italian dialect polecenella 'little chicken']

1. [countable] a quick strong hit made with your fist (=closed hand)
punch in/on
a punch in the kidneys
I managed to land a punch on his chin.
The two men started throwing punches (=trying to hit each other).

2. [singular, uncountable] a strong effective way of expressing things that makes people interested:
Thirty years after it was written, Orton’s ‘Entertaining Mr Sloane’ still packs a punch.

3. [uncountable and countable] a drink made from fruit juice, sugar, water, and usually some alcohol:
a glass of hot punch

4.
[countable] a metal tool for cutting holes or for pushing something into a small hole

5. a one-two punch two bad events that happen close together:
A meteorite collided with Earth at the same time, delivering a one-two punch to the magnetic field.

6. not pull any/your punches to express disapproval or criticism clearly, without trying to hide anything:
The inquiry report doesn’t pull any punches in apportioning blame.

7. beat somebody/something to the punch informal to do or get something before anyone else does:
Hitachi has beaten its competitors to the punch with its new palmtop.

8. as pleased as punch old-fashioned very happy:
He’s as pleased as punch about the baby.
pack a (hard) punch at pack1(8)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

punch
noun
ADJ. good, powerful | knockout
VERB + PUNCH deliver, give sb, land, swing, throw She gave him a punch on the nose. He can throw a powerful punch.
pull He pulled his punches to avoid hurting his sparring partner.
PREP. ~ in a punch in the stomach
~ on She gave him a punch on the nose.
~ to a punch to the jaw

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

punch
verb
ADV. hard | lightly | repeatedly
PREP. in His attacker had punched him hard in the face.
on She punched him on the nose.
PHRASES kick and punch/punch and kick He was repeatedly kicked and punched as he lay on the ground.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

punch

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

punch
̈ɪpʌntʃ
See: beat to the punch , pack a punch , pull one's punches , take a punch at

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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