punt

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İngilizce - İngilizce
To retreat from one's objective
A bet or wager
To make a highly speculative investment or other commitment, or take a wild guess
A point in the game of faro
To stake against the bank, to back a horse, to gamble or take a chance more generally
An indentation in the base of a wine bottle
A kick made by a player who drops the ball and kicks it before it hits the ground. Contrast drop kick
To propel a punt or similar craft by means of a pole
A pontoon; a narrow shallow boat propelled by a pole
A thin glass rod which is temporarily attached to a larger piece in order to better manipulate the larger piece
To kick a ball dropped from the hands before it hits the ground
{n} a small flat-bottomed boat
{v} to play at basset or omber
A kicking technique used by goalkeepers The goalkeeper drops the ball and kicks it before it touches the ground
To punt a football
When the ball is dropped from the kicker's hands and kicked before hitting the ground
When a goalkeeper kicks the ball high down field toward the opposing goal
A flat-bottomed boat with square ends
A kick in which the ball is dropped from the hands and kicked with the instep before it reaches the ground Punts usually occur when it is fourth down for a team that does not want to risk losing possession by trying for a first down, but is too far away from the opponent's goal line to attempt a field goal
The act of punting the ball
A kick on which the ball is dropped and kicked before it reaches the ground A goal cannot be scored with a punt
Act of playing at basset, baccara, faro, etc
This is the concave indentation in the bottom of certain wine bottles--especially those containing sparkling wine
It is adapted for use in shallow waters
place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"
A punt is a long boat with a flat bottom. You move the boat along by standing at one end and pushing a long pole against the bottom of the river
To boat or hunt in a punt
A drop-kick
{i} drop kick, kick in which one drops the ball and kicks it before it touches ground; type of small flat boat
A type of kick used to get the ball downfield, usually on fourth down The punter takes a long snap from center, and then kicks the ball before it hits the ground
To kick (the ball) before it touches the ground, when let fall from the hands
the hollow in the base of a wine bottle The French term is Pointe
To bump someone from behind, usually causing a spin Tactic perfected by many popular NASCAR drivers
{f} drop-kick a ball, drop a ball and kick it before it touches the ground; gamble, wager
When a team kicks the ball because they can't score
The dome shaped indentation in the bottom of a wine bottle
The punt was the unit of money used in the Irish Republic before it was replaced by the euro. The round-trip fare to Havana is 550 Irish punts . The punt was also used to refer to the Irish currency system. the cost of defending the punt against speculators. In ancient Egyptian and Greek geography, the southern coast of the Red Sea and adjacent coasts of the Gulf of Aden, corresponding to modern coastal Ethiopia and Djibouti. Visited by Egyptian expeditions as early as 2200 BC, it was a place of ancient legend and fable and Egypt's source for incense, ivory, and ostrich feathers. During the reign of Queen Hatshepsut, an expedition was sent to Punt, and the queen had the details of the journey recorded on the walls of the Deir el-Bahri temple near Thebes. Only in the late 4th century BC were the trade routes to Punt opened to the Greeks
propel with a pole; "pole barges on the river"; "We went punting in Cambridge"
an open flat-bottomed boat used in shallow waters and propelled by a long pole propel with a pole; "pole barges on the river"; "We went punting in Cambridge"
when a player 10 yards behind the center catches a snap, drops it and kicks it before it hits the ground; an opponent tries to catch and advance it the other way
A semimythical land that the Egyptian texts refer to as a source for trade Its exact location is still unclear, but it was south of Egypt, perhaps in modern day Somalia
A goalkeeping distribution technique where the ball is dropped from the hands and then kicked off the laces of the soccer shoe
To play at basset, baccara, faro
formerly the basic unit of money in Ireland; equal to 100 pence
(football) a kick in which the football is dropped from the hands and kicked before it touches the ground; "the punt traveled 50 yards"; "punting is an important part of the game"
or omber; to gamble
an open flat-bottomed boat used in shallow waters and propelled by a long pole
To propel, as a boat in shallow water, by pushing with a pole against the bottom; to push or propel (anything) with exertion
kick the ball
To retreat from ones objective
The concave indentation in the bottom of certain wine bottles, especially those containing sparkling wine Several reasons for it may be found in literature: to collect crystals or sediment (this only works if the bottle is standing upright) so that the wine may be decanted easily; to add "apparent size" to a bottle which contains exactly the same measure as a bottle which lacks the punt; to facilitate snobbiness by allowing the sommelier to pour a wine flamboyantly, with his thumb in the punt and the bottle cradled in his other four fingers; etc, etc Reason # 1 is more correct than the others
A flat bottomed boat propelled up by means of a long pole thrust against the bottom of the river, or shallow water Punting is a very popular activity in the Summer term, especially on the Cherwell It is not as difficult to manage as it looks, although occasionally the choice has to be made of parting from the pole or the punt [University]
punt returner
a player on the receiving side whose primary job is to catch the football during a punt and carry the ball
punt returners
plural form of punt returner
punt return
The runback of the ball after it's been punted
punt return
The runback of a punted ball
drop punt
A kick made by dropping the ball and kicking it before it touches the ground
punter
One who oars or poles a punt (pontoon)
punter
One who bets (punts) against the bank (banque)
punter
A customer of a commercial establishment, frequently of a pub or (alternatively) of a prostitute
punter
One who punts a football
punter
one who gambles. See speculator
torpedo punt
A kick of the football made whereby the pointy ends of the ball are oriented lengthwise along its trajectory, thereby aiding aerodynamics. Some spin about the lengthwise axis is imparted to help keep that orientation in flight
punted
past of punt
punter
A player who specializes in punting
punter
A punter is a person who bets money, especially on horse races. Punters are expected to gamble £70m on the Grand National
punter
One who punts a football; also, one who propels a punt (pontoon)
punter
someone who bets
punter
{i} one who drop-kicks a ball; gambler, one who wagers; one who propels a boat by poling
punter
People sometimes refer to their customers or clients as punters
punter
player; bettor (England)
punter
someone who propels a boat with a pole
punter
(football) a person who kicks the football by dropping it from the hands and contacting it with the foot before it hits the ground
punter
A customer, often used to refer to the customer of a prostitute
punter
One who punts a football; also, one who propels a punt
punter
(football) a person who kicks the football by dropping it from the hands and contacting it with the foot before it hits the ground someone who propels a boat with a pole
punter
A scalper
punter
a kicker who specializes in punts as opposed to kickoffs or field goals
punter
One who punts; specifically, one who plays against the banker or dealer, as in baccara and faro
punting
(football) a kick in which the football is dropped from the hands and kicked before it touches the ground; "the punt traveled 50 yards"; "punting is an important part of the game"
punting
present participle of punt
punts
plural of , punt
punts
third-person singular of punt
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Denizcilik) reckoning, position (the position of a ship at sea as determined by reckoning)
appropriate time
punt tayini
naut . reckoning, calculating a ship's position
punt

    Heceleme

    Punt

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    pʌnt

    Telaffuz

    /ˈpənt/ /ˈpʌnt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'p&nt ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Latin ponto (“Gaulish flat-bottomed boat”).

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    punts, punting, punted

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