punch

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yumruklamak
zımba

Biletçi biletimi zımbalamayı unuttu. - The conductor forgot to punch my ticket.

yumruk

Tom Mary'nin yüzüne yumruk attı. - Tom punched Mary in the face.

Onun çenesine yumruk attım. - I punched him in the chin.

delgi
{i} meyveli kokteyl (kâsede hazırlanır)
ıstampa
zımbalama

Biletçi biletimi zımbalamayı unuttu. - The conductor forgot to punch my ticket.

zımba ile delik açmak
yumruklama

Onun yüzünü yumruklamam gerekir. - I ought to punch him in the face.

Neden onu gerçekten yumruklamadın? - Why didn't you just punch him?

güç
bizle delmek
zımbalamak
etki
{f} zımbala

Biletçi biletimi zımbalamayı unuttu. - The conductor forgot to punch my ticket.

punç
matkap
{f} zimbala
Çay, şeker, tarçın, limon karışımına rom veya kanyak gibi damıtılmış bir alkollü içki katılarak yapılan ve bu içkinin buharlaşan alkolü yakıldıktan sonra içilen içki
punch zımbala/yumrukla
{i} biz
şişman ve hantal bir kukla [tiy.]
(Tıp) Kırılan dişte diş kökünü çıkarmağa mahsus alet
{f} zımbalamak; zımba ile (delik) açmak
{i} bodur
{i} punch
{i} kısa bacaklı yük beygiri
{f} yumruk atmak

Tom'un kafasına yumruk atmak istiyorum. - I would like to punch Tom in the head.

Yüzüne yumruk atmak istiyorum. - I want to punch you in your face.

(Askeri) PUNCH (KODU): Hava önlemede "önlenecek uçakla çok yakında temas etmeniz gerekmekte" anlamına gelen bir koddur. (sadece "air intercept-hava önlemede" kullanılmaktadır)
{f} biz ile delmek
{f} delgeç ile delmek
(Tıp) Dokudan küçük yuvarlak parça almada kullanılan özel biyopsi aleti
(Nükleer Bilimler) panç
{f} sertçe basmak
{i} delgeç
{f} vurmak
{i} tıknaz tip
(Tıp) Bir çeşit alkollü içki
{i} baskı kalıbı
{i} kart basma makinesi
muşta ile vurmak
punch bowl içinde punç yapılan büyükpunch glass punç kadehi
meşrubat
Delmek
{f} zımba ile delmek
punç/zımba/kuvvet/yumruk
matkap ile delmek
meyveli kokteyl
Şişman ve hantal bir kukla
delme
muşta
kuvvet
punch card
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) delgili kart
punch cup
(Gıda) kulplu panç bardağı
punch nut
zımba somun
punch out from
(Avcılık) omuzdan atış
punch unit
(Bilgisayar) zımba birimi
punch biopsy
punch biyopsi
punch bowl
punç kasesi
punch card
delikli kart
punch drunk
sarhoş
punch tape
delikli şerit
punch-up
kavga
punch-up
dövüş
punch a hole
Delik açmak

Some folks tried to punch holes in the wings to mark individuals.

punch and judy show
punch ve Judy show
punch bag
yumruk torbası
punch in
punch içinde
punch knife
delgi bıçağı
punch out
yumruklayacağım
punch position
delgi konumu
punch row
punch satır
punch-bag
(Spor) Kum torbası
punch-drunk
yumruklarla sersemlemiş
punch bowl
meyveli kokteyl kâsesi
punch bowl
punch kâsesi
punch bowl
punç kâsesi
punch card
(isim) delikli kart
punch card accounting machine
(Askeri) delikli kart hesap makinesi
punch card accounting machine
(Askeri) DELİKLİ KART HESAP MAKİNESİ: Bak. "tabulating equipment"
punch card machine
(Askeri) DELİKLİ KART MAKİNESİ: Bak. "machine record unit"
punch card machine
(Askeri) delikli kart makinesi
punch drunk
sersemlemiş
punch drunk
yumruklarla sersemlemiş
punch drunk
şaşırmış
punch in one's card
kartını basmak
punch in the card
kart basmak
punch index test
delme/zımbalama indeks deneyii
punch line
(isim) fıkranın esprili son cümlesi
punch line
{i} fıkranın esprili son cümlesi
punch list
(Mukavele) eksik ya da tamamlanmamış işler listesi
punch position
(Bilgisayar) delme konumu
punch press
delme presi
punch press
zımba pres
punch press
metal kesmek
punch press
zımba presi
punch press
delgi presi
punch up
yumruklaşma
punch up
kavga
punch up
dövüş
pulse punch
delgi
puncher
zımba
puncher
zımba/yumrukçu
center punch
(Otomotiv) zımba
center punch
nokta zımbası
citrus punch
limonlu punç
drift punch
(Otomotiv) zımba
punch list
(İnşaat) eksikler tutanağı listesi
punching
(Mekanik) presle delme
punching
(Mekanik) zımba ile delme
punching
zımbalama
card punch
kart delici
card punch buffer
kart delici tamponu
card punch machine
kart delgi makinesi
card punch operator
delgi işletmeni
centre punch
çekit zımbası
centre punch
punta zımbası
digit punch
sayı delgisi
double punch
çift delgi
eleven punch
onbir delgisi
hollow punch
kaval zımba
invalid punch
geçersiz delgi
punched
delikli
puncher
kavgacı
tape punch
şerit delgileyici
tape punch
şerit delici
Punching
Delme işlemi
automatic punch
otomatik delgi
automatic tape punch
otomatik şerit delici
beat to the punch
yumruk dövmek
centre punch
nokta zimbasi, punta zimbasi
feed punch
feed yumruk
fruit punch
meyve yumruk
function punch
işlev delgisi
gang punch
takım delgi
hand feed punch
el yem yumruk
high speed punch
yüksek hızlı yumruk
hole punch
Delgeç
hole punch
Kâğıt delgeci
multiple punch
çoklu delgi
needle punch
biz şeklinde dokuma iğnesi
needle punch
iğne zımbası
numeral punch
rakam yumruk
numeric punch
sayısal yumruk
one-two punch
bir-iki yumruk
output punch
çıktı delgisi
paper tape punch
kağıt bant delici
spot punch
tek delgi makinesi, tekli delgi makinesi
strawberry punch
çilek meyveli kokteyl
sucker punch
Beklenmedik anda gelen yumruk
sucker punch
enayi yumruk
summary punch
özet delgi
tape punch
şerit delici, şerit delgileyici
twelve punch
on iki deliği
zone punch
bölge delgisi
block punch index test
makaslama indeks deneyi
center punch
punta zımbası
centre punch
merkez zımbası
centre punch
(Otomotiv) merkezleme zımbası
fruit punch
(Gıda) meyveli içki
pilot punch
kılavuz delik zımbası
pin punch
(Otomotiv) pim zımbası
prick punch
işaret zımbası
prick punch
domuz tırnağı keski
punched
zımba ile delinmiş
puncher
{i} kavgacı tip
puncher
{i} kovboy
puncher
{i} boksör
puncher
{i} delgeç
puncher
zımbacı
puncher
delikçi
punching
(Nükleer Bilimler) delme
rabbit punch
enseye sert vuruş
rivet punch
perçin zımbası
soft punch
(Otomotiv) işaret zımbası
status punch card
(Askeri) DELİKLİ PERSONEL DURUM KARTI: Bir erin, makinalı kayıt cihazı tarafından tutulan resmi sicili. Bu kartta, erin tayini ve yeri hakkında bilgiler bulunur. Personelin durumu, kartın kenarına özel bir koda göre yapılmış delikler veya kesintilerle gösterilir
take a punch at
{k} -e bir yumruk atmak
ticket punch
bilet zımbası
zone punch
(Elektrik, Elektronik) bölge deliği
İngilizce - İngilizce
Name of a famous satirical magazine
Indicates a high level of professionalism because of being a past contributor to the magazine

The Newcomes was illustrated by Punch cartoonist Richard Doyle.

Name of a glove puppet who was the main character used in a Punch and Judy show
A device, generally slender and round, used for creating holes in thin material, for driving an object through a hole in a containing object, or to stamp or emboss a mark or design on a surface
A mechanism for punching holes in paper or other thin material
A button (of a joypad, joystick or similar device) whose only or main current function is that when it is pressed causes a video game character to punch
Impact
A hit or strike with one's fist
A hole or opening created with a punch
A beverage, generally containing a mixture of fruit juice and some other beverage, often alcoholic
Power, strength, energy
{n} an instrument, liquor, buffoon, puppet, horse
{v} to bore a hole with a punch
a tool for making (usually circular) holes
drive forcibly as if by a punch; "the nail punched through the wall
CNC output device - used in CNC machines to output programs to perforated tape Units can be parallel to tape punch or serial output
A short, fat fellow; anything short and thick
a two-footed take-off which precedes an acrobatic aerial maneuver
Power; impact; strength; oomph
to place holes in paper (as for use in notebooks, binders, etc)
a tool for making (usually circular) holes an iced mixed drink usually containing alcohol and prepared for multiple servings; normally served in a punch bowl deliver a quick blow to; "he punched me in the stomach"
(1) (B) force out a trump
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, jewelry, and the like; a die
A prop, as for the roof of a mine
A punch for punching holes in sheet metal, having a small conical center to insure correct locating
Punch is a drink made from wine or spirits mixed with things such as sugar, lemons, and spices
To thrust against; to poke; as, to punch one with the end of a stick or the elbow
originated in India in the 18th century, based on rum and incorporating five different drinks It has become a mix of many drinks, both non-alcoholic and alcoholic, carefully blended so that no one flavour predominates
If you punch holes in something, you make holes in it by pushing or pressing it with something sharp. I took a ballpoint pen and punched a hole in the carton
The process of cutting a shape out of a sheet of a material (usually with a single vertical motion) using a non-rotating cutting tool
make a hole into or between, as for ease of separation; "perforate the sheets of paper"
deliver a quick blow to; "he punched me in the stomach"
If you punch someone or something, you hit them hard with your fist. After punching him on the chin she wound up hitting him over the head In American English, punch out means the same as punch. `I almost lost my job today.' --- `What happened?' --- `Oh, I punched out this guy.' In the past, many kids would settle disputes by punching each other out. Punch is also a noun. He was hurting Johansson with body punches in the fourth round. + puncher punchers punch·er the awesome range of blows which have confirmed him as boxing's hardest puncher
(boxing) a blow with the fist; "I gave him a clout on his nose" a tool for making (usually circular) holes an iced mixed drink usually containing alcohol and prepared for multiple servings; normally served in a punch bowl deliver a quick blow to; "he punched me in the stomach" make a hole into or between, as for ease of separation; "perforate the sheets of paper" drive forcibly as if by a punch; "the nail punched through the wall
(boxing) a blow with the fist; "I gave him a clout on his nose"
To perforate or stamp with an instrument by pressure, or a blow; as, to punch a hole; to punch ticket
One of a breed of large, heavy draught horses; as, the Suffolk punch
The buffoon or harlequin of a puppet show
A small gadget similar to a hole puncher that creates shapes and comes in a variety of choices
Êto place holes in paper (as for use in notebooks, binders, etc) Q R
An extension piece applied to the top of a pile; a dolly
If you punch the air, you put one or both of your fists forcefully above your shoulders as a gesture of delight or victory. At the end, Graf punched the air in delight, a huge grin on her face
an iced mixed drink usually containing alcohol and prepared for multiple servings; normally served in a punch bowl
A beverage composed of wine or distilled liquor, water (or milk), sugar, and the juice of lemon, with spice or mint; specifically named from the kind of spirit used; as rum punch, claret punch, champagne punch, etc
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Historically orienteerers were carrying control cards made of paper or cardboard and punched them at each control to prove that they had visited it In the age of electronic controls (aka SPORTident Stations) orienteerers carry electronic control cards (aka SICards) At every control they stick their SICard into a SPORTident Station to prove that they have visited the control The current time and the control's ID is recorded on the control card See Also: SPORTident Station, SICard
In R/C terms, this means the same thing as acceleration Driving "full punch" means you are on the throttle all the time!
To accelerate
Identical to a knockdown shot A low, boring shot played with little wrist action and little follow-through Used to combat a headwind
A hit or strike with ones fist
A fast moving mass of air (e g dry punch, cold punch)
If you say that something has punch, you mean that it has force or effectiveness. My nervousness made me deliver the vital points of my address without sufficient punch
R/C racers' term used to describe the amount of acceleration a car or truck possesses
To create a hole in a device or network allowing legal or illegal entry
Bouncing off of the floor or apparatus rather than jumping Jumping involves bending your legs and pushing, while "punching" involves anticipating the floor and springing off using both any spring in the floor as well as power in your legs
BIOS entry point to a routine that sends a character to the punch device
drive forcibly as if by a punch; "the nail punched through the wall"
The punch is the male force element of a stamping die that contacts the stock to perforate, bend, draw, or shape the desired workpiece It generally consists of a working end and a retaining portion
{f} hit with a closed fist; perforate, make a hole
{i} strike from a fist; device used to create holes in a material; beverage made from several mixed liquids (often wine and juice); punch line
To employ a punch to create a hole in or stamp or emboss a mark on something
A thrust or blow
If you punch something such as the buttons on a keyboard, you touch them in order to store information on a machine such as a computer or to give the machine a command to do something. Mrs. Baylor strode to the elevator and punched the button. = push, press
If you say that someone does not pull their punches when they are criticizing a person or thing, you mean that they say exactly what they think, even though this might upset or offend people. She has a reputation for getting at the guts of a subject and never pulling her punches. Mr Punch, the main character in a Punch and Judy Show. a British weekly magazine which was started in 1841 and is still produced today. It consists mainly of humorous articles and cartoons. Hooknosed, humpbacked character in marionette and puppet shows (see puppetry). Adapted from a stock character of the commedia dell'arte, the puppet character was taken to France and England by Italian puppeteers in the 1660s. By 1700 every English puppet show featured Punch (from Punchinello) and his wife, Judy. As marionettes became less popular in the 1790s, smaller glove puppets were used in the popular Punch-and-Judy play. The hooked nose and the brutal, vindictive, and deceitful behaviour of the English Punch were established characteristics by the 19th century. In France his popularity declined during the 19th and 20th centuries, and he disappeared there as a comic figure. Puppeteers in England have carried on the tradition of Punch-and-Judy shows. English illustrated periodical published 1841-1992 and revived in 1996 with a revised format. Initially a weekly radical paper, it became famous for its satiric humour, caricatures, and cartoons. Among its famous early staff members were William Thackeray and John Tenniel. A cover drawing by Richard Doyle was used continuously from 1849 to 1956, when each issue's cover was made different, though the traditional figures of Punch and his dog Toby usually appeared somewhere
A punch is a tool that you use for making holes in something. Make two holes with a hole punch
To strike something or someone with ones fist
A punch for making indentations or dots in a piece of work, as for suspension between lathe centers, etc
the second part of a joke that contains a reinterpretation that creates a 2nd story that shatters the setup's decoy assumption
Punch and Judy
A traditional sideshow often found at seaside resorts, consisting of various glove puppets operated by one man in a small tent style booth theatre
Punch and Judy
A two sided ideological battle, or contradictory arguing

Like all binary debates, while it's certainly true that questions about public service broadcasting and the role of the BBC have risen up the agenda recently, it is easy, even from the offices of the BBC in White City, to get stuck in a Punch and Judy discourse.

punch above one's weight
To achieve or perform at a higher level than would be expected based on one's preparation, attributes, rank, or past accomplishments, or to attempt to do so

Ireland's current commissioner, Charlie McCreevy, is such a high-profile and outspoken figure who punches above his weight in Brussels in the important role of internal market commissioner.

punch below one's weight
To achieve or perform at a level lower than should be expected based on one's preparation, attributes, rank, or past accomplishments

But the overall effect is flimsy and insubstantial, a gifted writer punching well below his weight.

punch bowl waterfall
A waterfall formed when a stream is forced through a constricted channel and descends outward into a plunge basin forming a plunge pool
punch bowl waterfalls
plural form of punch bowl waterfall
punch buggy
A game in which the first player to call "Punch buggy!" on sighting a Volkswagen Beetle gets to punch the other
punch card
Such a card, the size of a US dollar bill, having 80 columns of 12 rows used in early mainframe computers
punch card
A card that can have holes or notches cut in it, especially one for storing data, that can be sorted according to combinations of holes present or absent
punch cards
plural form of punch card
punch clock
A device that records, on timecards, the times that employees start and finish work
punch clocks
plural form of punch clock
punch drunk
Dizzy or confused due to repeat blows to the head

The fighter looked harmlessly punch drunk, but he was only faking and suddenly threw a vicious, skillful, blow.

punch drunk
Behaving in a bewildered, or dazed manner
punch in
To enter a workplace by punching a time card

I'm going to punch in a bit early today to get more work done.

punch line
The final part of a joke; the word, sentence, or exchange of sentences that is intended to be funny and provokes laughter from the listeners

That was quite a build-up for such a puny punch line.

punch lines
plural form of punch line
punch list
The list of repairs and finish work required to complete a large project, such as the construction of a building; a list of problems to correct

The building opened on schedule, but it took them another three months to get through the punch list.

punch lists
plural form of punch list
punch out
To throw a called third strike

Jones punched out the batter to start in the sixth.

punch out
To eject from an airplane

With the engine on fire he had to punch out and hit the silk.

punch out
An instance of a called third strike

Jones' punch out happened with the bases juiced.

punch out
To use a punch to remove a piece of material or to remove a piece already scored

I spent all day punching out the die cut decals.

punch out
To hit so they become unconscious (knocked out)

I'm going to punch out that SOB and leave him laying on the ground bleeding.

punch out
To repeatedly hit a person
punch out
To leave a workplace by punching a timecard

I'm going to punch out a bit early today.

punch out
To rule (by an umpire) that a pitch is a called third strike, often done emphatically

The ump punched out the batter with relish to close out the game.

punch outs
plural form of punch out
punch-drunk
Alternative spelling of punch drunk
punch-up
A fight with the fists
punch out
register one's departure from work
punch hole cloud
(Meteoroloji) A fallstreak hole (also: hole punch cloud, punch hole cloud, canal cloud) is a large circular gap that can appear in cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds. Such holes are formed when the water temperature in the clouds is below freezing but the water has not frozen yet due to the lack of ice nucleation particles. When a portion of the water does start to freeze it will set off a domino effect, due to the Bergeron process, causing the water vapor around it to freeze and fall to the earth as well. This leaves a large, often circular, hole in the cloud
punch in
Punch in or out: (of an employee) clock in (or out)
punch-bag
(Spor) A punching bag (US) or punch-bag (UK) is a sturdy bag designed to be repeatedly punched, for use in physical exercise or stress relief in order to improve one of three areas: physical strength, aerobic fitness, or punching technique
Punch and Judy Show
English puppet show starring the cruel husband Punch and his nagging wife Judy (derived from the Italian commedia dell'arte)
Punch and Judy show
A Punch and Judy show is a puppet show for children, often performed at fairs or at the seaside. Punch and Judy, the two main characters, are always fighting. a traditional type of entertainment for children, especially at British seaside towns, that uses puppets
punch bag
{i} stuffed bag used for training in boxing
punch bowl
large bowl for serving punch
punch bowl
A punch bowl is a large bowl in which drinks, especially punch, are mixed and served. A large bowl for serving a beverage, such as punch. a large bowl in which punch (=a mixed drink) is served
punch bowl
a large bowl for serving beverages; usually with a ladle
punch card
{i} card which is perforated in a specific pattern representing certain data to be read by a machine
punch card
A medium for feeding data into a computer, essentially a card punched with holes or notches to represent letters and numbers or with a pattern of holes to represent related data. Also called Hollerith card
punch down
A method for securing wire to a quick clip in which the insulated wire is placed in the terminal groove and pushed down with a special tool As the wire is seated, the terminal displaces the wire insulation to make an electrical connection The punch down operation may also trim the wire as it terminates Also called cut down
punch down
During primary fermentation, this is the process of using a tool to push the cap down into the juice mixing the skins back into the juice This keeps the cap moist and help promote extraction from the skins and seeds I do this twice a day during fermentation
punch down
A term used in working with yeast-risen products After letting the dough rise, one flattens it forcefully in the bowl before turning it out onto a floured board
punch down
A method for securing wire to a quick clip in which the insulated wire is placed in the terminal groove and pushed down with at special tool
punch down
To expel air from a risen yeast dough by pushing it down with fists or a mixing with a dough hook
punch in
register one's arrival at work
punch in
If you punch in a number on a machine or punch numbers into it, you push the machine's buttons or keys in order to give it a command to do something. You can bank by phone in the USA, punching in account numbers on the phone Punch your credit card number into the keypad
punch line
The climactic phrase or statement of a joke, producing a sudden humorous effect
punch line
{i} last line of a joke that provides the humour or climax
punch line
the point of a joke or humorous story
punch list
A list of incomplete or unacceptable construction items that upon remedy and completion will usually complete the obligations of the contractor under a construction contract (top)
punch list
An itemized list, typically prepared by the architect or construction manager, documenting incomplete or unsatisfactory items after the contractor has notified the owner that the tenant space is substantially complete
punch list
A list of minor items to be completed by the builder of a newly constructed building after the closing
punch list
A list of discrepancies in building plans or other construction flaws written by the original architect during his final inspection of the structure
punch list
A list, compiled by a buyer on a final walk-through, detailing items to be fixed before closing
punch list
A list of flaws in the construction of property that must be corrected by the seller An example of such a flaw is a leaky roof
punch list
Items that need to be completed and/or fixed once the contractor indicates the work is finished
punch list
A list prepared by the architect, designer and owner and formally submitted to the contractor to note any deficiencies when the check all completed construction, which assures verification that such work has been accomplished in a good, workmanlike manner in respect to the contract documents
punch list
A list compiled by a buyer prior to a sale detailing items to be fixed before closing
punch list
A mutually agreed upon list by owner and contractor scheduling work to be completed after owner acceptance of the home as complete, and owner’s final payment
punch list
A list prepared by the responsible architect/engineer, construction manager, or CPMG staff members that identifies items that must be completed by the contractor or Department of Facilities Management before substantial completion is accepted
punch list
An itemized list noting incomplete or unsatisfactory construction Usually prepared by the tenant architect after the contractor has notified the owner that the tenant space is substantially complete
punch list
Prepared by the architect upon substantial completion of construction to indicate remaining construction items to be resolved
punch list
A list showing what items or work needs to be done to complete the work stated in the contract Usually compiled near the end of a job
punch list
A list buyers make of property defects that need to be fixed before closing
punch list
A list of discrepancies that need to be corrected by the contractor
punch list
A discrepancy list showing defects in construction which need some corrective work to bring the building up to standards set by the plans and specifications
punch list
list of undone tasks (especially left undone after a major project)
punch list
Buyers compile a punch list during the final walk-through detailing items to be fixed before closing
punch list
Orderly list of open job items prepared for review when you take occupancy of facility
punch list
An inspection list created after substantial completion of the contract, and comprised of defective or incomplete work The list is signed and the job is complete when a final inspection confirms that all work has been completed satisfactorily according to the contract
punch list
A written list of items which need to be fixed, repaired or replaced prior to the final walk-through
punch list
The list of sophisticated wiretapping function that the FBI wants common carriers to provide under the 1994 digital wiretap law, but which the carriers say is too costly and may exceed the law's scope The FCC has been asked to decide whether the industry's standard is sufficient (See Issues Section)
punch list
A list of unsatisfactory or incomplete work items that are identified by the Construction Manager during an inspection of the work The contractor must complete all punch list work items satisfactorily before the home will receive final acceptance
punch out
To finish with consecutive strikes, from any frame on
punch out
The action of switching a tape machine out of record after executing a punch-in With most multitrack machines, both punching in and out can be accomplished without stopping tape Most new machines have auto punch in/out where you set points in advance, and let the machine do the work
punch out
To end a game from any point with all strikes
punch out
To inspect and make a discrepancy list
punch pliers
punch consisting of pliers for perforating paper or leather
punch press
Machine supplying compression force for reshaping materials
punch press
A power press that can be fitted with various dies, as for metalworking. Machine tool that changes the size or shape of a piece of material, usually sheet metal, by applying pressure to a die in which the workpiece is held. The form and construction of the die determine the shape produced on the workpiece. A punch press has two components: the punch, which is attached to the reciprocating (back and forth, or up and down) ram (plunger) of the machine; and the die, which is clamped onto a bed or anvil whose flat surface is perpendicular to the path of the ram. The punch pushes against the workpiece, which is held in the die. Punch presses are usually driven by electric motors. See also hydraulic press
punch press
a power driven press used to shape metal parts
punch press
machine power tool used metalworking and for punching holes in metal
punch press
A machine used to shape materials under pressure or by heavy blows
punch tape
A paper ribbon in which holes representing data to be processed by a computer are punched
punch up
small fight, scuffle
punch-drunk
If you say that someone is punch-drunk, you mean that they are very tired or confused, for example because they have been working too hard. He was punch-drunk with fatigue and depressed by the rain
punch-drunk
dazed from or as if from repeated blows; "knocked silly by the impact"; "slaphappy with exhaustion
punch-drunk
A punch-drunk boxer shows signs of brain damage, for example by being unsteady and unable to think clearly, after being hit too often on the head
punch-up
a fistfight; "the quarrel ended in a punch-up"
punch-up
A punch-up is a fight in which people hit each other. He was involved in a punch-up with Sarah's former lover. a fight
punch-up
a fistfight; "the quarrel ended in a punch-up
Sunday punch
A knockout blow; A mighty or devastating blow
beat somebody to the punch
To do something before somebody else is able to

I was planning to take care of the problem for him, but he beat me to the punch and did it himself.

button punch
indenting two or more thicknesses of metal that are pressed against each other to prevent slippage between the metal
card punch
A machine that punches holes in a punch card
center punch
the small indentation created by such a device
center punch
a device used to create a small indentation in preparation for drilling a hole
center punch
to create a small hole or indentation in a workpiece as a guide in preparation for drilling
chadless punch
A paper tape punch that does not produce little pieces of paper. Instead, "the perforations are not completely cut out but the chads are permitted to remain attached to the perforated material (for example, tape)". (U.S. Patent 2,255,794, filed May 20, 1939)
donkey punch
To punch a sexual partner who is crouching on all fours in the back of the neck; also used metaphorically

Then the universe decided to donkey punch Amy because I told her that I was into chicks on the same day.

donkey punch
A sucker punch, especially one delivered to the back of the neck of a sexual partner who is crouching on all fours; also used metaphorically

I yelped in pain, but he gave me a sharp donkey punch on the back of my neck to shut me up and slid another bead into my ass.

hole punch
A tool that is used to make holes in stationery for ease of filing
milk punch
A cold beverage of milk, bourbon, sugar, and vanilla extract, common in New Orleans
milk punch
A hot Irish drink, scáiltín, made from equal amounts of hot whiskey and milk
one-two punch
A rapid sequence of two things that has a quick effect
one-two punch
A combination of two punches, one from each hand, thrown in rapid succession
pack a punch
To have a swift and powerful effect or to be capable of having such an effect

Second, prepare the choices as one-liners. Each one should pack a punch and be so polished that it will jump off the screen into the minds of the audience and create a funny picture.

pack a punch
To be capable of throwing a strong punch

If gorillas do fight, injuries can be very serious as these animals have long canine teeth and silverbacks pack a punch estimated at eight times stronger than a heavyweight boxer.

phantom punch
A punch of the fist that is not real, for whatever reason, to which there is a reaction as though it were, such as the final blow, according to ringside spectators who did not see it, in the 1965 rematch between Muhammad Ali and Sonny Liston

In only his second defense he took on Mike Tyson and found himself on the losing end of a very questionable first-round knockout. (It seemed he was dropped by a phantom punch.) That was Seldon's last fight.

pinch and a punch for the first of the month
Said the first day of a new month, accompanied by a pinch and a punch to the victim

Bugger, this wasn't the goods at all – this was a pinch and a punch for the first of the month. A letter in fact from Fire Commander Bruce stating that although he was in receipt of my application, neither he nor the Fire Commander of IB were certain of the Fire Service Commission's final policy for employment of women as operational firemen.

pleased as Punch
Pleased with one's actions or achievements
pleased as punch
Alternative form of pleased as Punch
punched
Simple past tense and past participle of punch
puncher
A person who punches (in a specified manner)
punching
An incident in which someone is punched
punching
Present participle of punch
rabbit punch
a chopping punch to the back of the neck or head
sucker punch
to deliver an unexpected blow
sucker punch
A punch which is thrown to disable another in a place which is not normally a target in a "fair fight", such as on the back of the head
sucker punch
an unexpected punch or similar blow
zone punch
A hole punched (normally in the top two or three positions) of a punched card in addition to another in order to designate a different (sometimes related) character or to add a plus or minus sign
sucker punch
an unexpected punch
beat to the punch
(deyim) To do something before another person has a chance to do it
hole punch
A hole punch (known also as a hole puncher, paper puncher or perforator) is a common office tool, that is used to create holes in sheets of paper, often for the purpose of collecting the sheets in a binder
hole punch cloud
(Meteoroloji) A fallstreak hole (also: hole punch cloud, punch hole cloud, canal cloud) is a large circular gap that can appear in cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds. Such holes are formed when the water temperature in the clouds is below freezing but the water has not frozen yet due to the lack of ice nucleation particles. When a portion of the water does start to freeze it will set off a domino effect, due to the Bergeron process, causing the water vapor around it to freeze and fall to the earth as well. This leaves a large, often circular, hole in the cloud
hurricane punch
(Edebiyat) Hurricane Punch is a novel by Tim Dorsey published in 2007. It follows overly zelous serial killer Serge A. Storms, who is tracking hurricanes all over Florida
needle punch
perforation refers to the puncturing of a material with a harder (usually sharp) object to create a hole or aperture
needle punch
mechanical process involving thousands of needles that orient and interlock fibers to create non-woven fabric
one-two punch
a combination of two quick blows in rapid succession in boxing especially; a left jab followed at once by a hard blow with the right hand
one-two punch
(or one-two) two forces combining to produce a marked effect
pack a punch
(deyim) 1. To be able to give a powerful blow; have a dangerous fist. He packed a mean punch. 2. To have a violent effect; be powerful. It was vodka, and it packed quite a wallop
sucker punch
(deyim) An unexpected punch or blow
to the punch
(deyim) To the first blow or to decisive action ― usually used with beat
center punch
make a small hole in something as a guide for a drill
center punch
A tool with a sharp point used in metalworking to mark centers or center lines on pieces to be drilled
center-punch
{i} hand punch used for marking the centers of holes to be drilled
fish house punch
a punch made of rum and brandy and water or tea sweetened with sugar syrup
fruit punch
a punch made of fruit juices mixed with water or soda water (with or without alcohol)
kidney punch
A punch to the lower back, illegal in boxing
milk punch
a punch made of spirits and milk and sugar and spices
planter's punch
a cocktail made of rum and lime or lemon juice with sugar and sometimes bitters
punched
{s} porous, perforated, containing holes
punched
past of punch
puncher
The skilled programmer who makes the tapes for embroidery machines
puncher
{i} engraver, person or thing that carves; tool for carving or engraving
puncher
a tool for making (usually circular) holes
puncher
someone who delivers punches
puncher
needle that actually sticks the hole in a card
puncher
The terms puncher and digitizer are often interchanged in embroidery Puncher originated with the creators of Jacquard punch cards and Schiffli Refers to the person who used the punch machine to translate the embroidery cartoon into an embroidery tape to be read by an embroidery machine Punchers entered every stitch of the design by aligning a stylus over the cartoon and pressing a button punching a hole on the card or tape or producing a machine movement Digitizing is done by entering points which the embroidery software/computer or machine translates into stitches
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punch biyopsi
(Tıp) punch biopsy
punch kâsesi
punch bowl
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