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1 punt /ˈpʌnt/ verb
punts; punted; punting
1 punt
/ˈpʌnt/
verb
punts; punted; punting
Learner's definition of PUNT
sports : to drop a ball and kick it before it touches the ground in sports like American football and rugby
[+ object]
[no object]
US, informal : to avoid dealing with a problem or answering a question
[no object]
[+ object]
compare 4punt
2 punt /ˈpʌnt/ noun
plural punts
2 punt
/ˈpʌnt/
noun
plural punts
Learner's definition of PUNT
[count] sports
: a kick made by dropping a ball and kicking it before it touches the ground : the act of punting a ball in sports like American football and rugby
compare 3punt, 5punt, 6punt
3 punt /ˈpʌnt/ noun
plural punts
3 punt
/ˈpʌnt/
noun
plural punts
Learner's definition of PUNT
[count]
: a long, thin boat with a flat bottom and square ends that is moved by pushing a long pole against the bottom of a river, canal, etc.
compare 2punt, 5punt, 6punt
4 punt /ˈpʌnt/ verb
punts; punted; punting
4 punt
/ˈpʌnt/
verb
punts; punted; punting
Learner's definition of PUNT
[no object] chiefly British
: to go on a river, canal, etc. in a long, thin boat (called a punt)
compare 1punt
5 punt /ˈpʊnt/ noun
plural punts
5 punt
/ˈpʊnt/
noun
plural punts
Learner's definition of PUNT
[count]
: the basic unit of money used in the Republic of Ireland before the euro
compare 2punt, 3punt, 6punt
6 punt /ˈpʌnt/ noun
plural punts
6 punt
/ˈpʌnt/
noun
plural punts
Learner's definition of PUNT
[count] British, informal
: 1bet 1
compare 2punt, 3punt, 5punt
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