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  • 101 punch — perforatorius statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. perforator; punch; puncher; punching apparatus; tape punch unit vok. Kartenstanzer, m; Locher, m; Lochkartenstanzer, m; Streifenlocher, m rus. перфоратор, m; перфорирующее устройство,… …

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  • 102 punch up — transitive verb Date: circa 1959 to give energy or forcefulness to < jokes added to punch up a speech > …

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  • 103 punch — An instrument for making a hole or indentation in some solid material or for driving out a foreign body in such material. [L. pungo, pp. punctus, to stick, to p.] * * * (punch) an instrument for indenting, perforating, or excising a disk or… …

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  • 104 punch — Synonyms and related words: Mickey, Mickey Finn, aggressiveness, amperage, aperitif, armipotence, assault, auger, authority, awl, bang, bash, bat, bear, bear upon, bearing, beating, beef, belt, biff, bite, bitingness, black power, blaze, blaze a… …

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  • 105 punch — англ. пунш (коктейль из алкогольных напитков (рома, виски, коньяка, вина и т. п.) с сахаром, кипятком, лимонным соком или фруктами, употребляемый обычно в горячем виде) See: vin de dessert, cocktail, wine punch …

    Англо-русский толковый словарь "Вино"

  • 106 Punch — Original name in latin Pnch Name in other language Poonch, Punch, Pnch State code IN Continent/City Asia/Kolkata longitude 33.76969 latitude 74.09212 altitude 999 Population 28197 Date 2012 09 06 …

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  • 107 punch — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. strike, hit, poke, beat, knock; puncture, perforate, pierce. See impulse, opening. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A blow] Syn. thrust, knock, stroke; see blow 1 . 2. [An instrument for denting or… …

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  • 108 Punch — Punch1 〈[pʌ̣ntʃ] m.; Gen.: s, Pl.: s〉 1. Hanswurst im engl. Puppenspiel u. in der engl. Komödie des 18. Jh. 2. 〈unz.〉 Name eines 1841 von Ch. Dickens mitgegründeten engl. Witzblattes [Etym.: engl.; verkürzt <punchinello <ital. pulcino; →… …

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  • 109 punch — Пуансон, пунсон (Punch)     Стальной брусок прямоугольного сечения с выпуклым изображением буквы или знака, с помощью которого изготавливается матрица [металлическая деталь с углублённым изображением очка, с помощью кот. отливается литера] для… …

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  • 110 punch — An exclamation used to indicate one s frustration; more narrowly, indicates one s desire to beat the ccrap out of something or someone. Would you like to take a survey? Punch …

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  • 111 punch — An exclamation used to indicate one s frustration; more narrowly, indicates one s desire to beat the ccrap out of something or someone. Would you like to take a survey? Punch …

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  • 112 punch — pÊŒntʃ n. strike from a fist; device used to create holes in a material; beverage made from several mixed liquids (often wine and juice); punch line v. hit with a closed fist; perforate, make a hole …

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  • 113 Punch — A sensation experienced on receiving a Punch, particularly the London one …

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  • 114 punch in — to use a special machine to record the time you start working. If we punch in at 9 a.m., our actual starting time, the company automatically docks us 15 minutes …

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  • 115 punch-up — noun (C) BrE informal a fight: Two people are to appear in court after a punch up at their London home …

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  • 116 punch — I 1. verb Jim punched him in the face Syn: hit, strike, thump, jab, smash; informal sock, slug, biff, bop; Brit.; informal stick one on, slosh; N.Amer.; informal boff, bust; Austral. / NZ …

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  • 117 punch — [pʌntʃ] verb [T] I 1) to hit someone or something with your FIST (= closed hand) 2) to make a hole in something with a tool or machine II noun punch [pʌntʃ] 1) [C] the action of hitting someone or something with your FIST (= closed hand) 2) [U] a …

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  • 118 punch-up — /ˈpʌntʃ ʌp / (say punch up) noun Colloquial a fight …

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  • 119 punch-up — noun a fistfight the quarrel ended in a punch up • Regions: ↑United Kingdom, ↑UK, ↑U.K., ↑Britain, ↑United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, ↑Great Britain • …

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  • 120 punch in — intransitive verb Date: 1926 to record the time of one s arrival or beginning work by punching a time clock …

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