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  • panchi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • punch (a strike with the fist)


  • punch (a hole)
  • punch (a ticket)
  • a hole punch
  • a hole puncher


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • punch (a drink)

Examples of パンチ in a Sentence

He was about to apologize when the man punched him in the face.
Mr. Satoyama's work made a big impression in the world of haiku.
He was knocked out by a punch in the first round.
The punch on the jaw brought me to my knees.
His answer was a hard punch on the nose.
My punch sent him reeling into the rope.
My punch sent him reeling.
His answer was a hard punch on the nose.
He received a tremendous punch on the jaw from his opponent.
If you want to do eye-grabbing work you have to put out something punchy at the outset. Say what you mean directly.

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