パンチ, 剪刀, 穴開け器打ち抜く, 小突く, 切る
Noun(1) (boxing(2) an iced mixed drink usually containing alcohol and prepared for multiple servings; normally served in a punch bowl(3) a tool for making holes or indentations
Verb(1) deliver a quick blow to(2) drive forcibly as if by a punch(3) make a hole into or between, as for ease of separation
(1) Paint a metal-edged vellum gift tag (available at crafts stores) green, and punch a small hole on both ends of the tag.(2) Yes, I think the reason I did not have it there, I think a hole punch has obscured the paragraph number.(3) Megawati shouted to her supporters while demonstrating how to punch ballot papers for her party's number and logo of a bull with a white nose at a soccer field in the town of Gianyar.(4) Here, stiff strips of paper have been tinted a dull green or brown by a chlorophyll wash and perforated with a hole punch .(5) She also complained that some of the staff were poorly trained and described the butler as a buffoon who was only good for mixing a fruit and rum punch .(6) To score, you kick or punch the ball over the bar for one point or in the net for three points. search news(7) Waiters in white coats serve you rum punch : trade winds trickle through the trees; and the scent of jasmine fills the air.(8) Critics raved about the power and sledgehammer punch of the book.(9) It demonstrates that this tiny work can take such magnification and still pack a visual punch .(10) Both music tracks are outstanding, with only the boost of the amplifier giving it an extra punch .(11) Change of scale and a riot of color gave this collage an extraordinary punch and visual appeal.(12) Carefully punch a small hole at each mark for your hanging string.(13) In the instructions it said, go to the right and punch the hole to the right.(14) I made a semi alcoholic punch with loads of fruit and ice. Yummy and a few beers for the boys.(15) I have my stapler fully locked and loaded and strapped to my ankle I have the hole punch for emergencies.(16) Fruit punch and mince pies will be served in the interval of the Methodist Church performance.
1. blow ::
2. vigor ::
3. clout ::
5. hit ::
6. make a hole in ::
7. perforate ::
8. plug ::
Different Formspunch, punched, puncher, punchers, punches, punching, punchy
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