punt ( pʌnt) vb (Gambling, except Cards) ( intr) to gamble; bet n 1. (Gambling, except Cards) a gamble or bet, esp against the bank, as in roulette, or on horses 2. (Gambling, except Cards) Also called: punter a person who bets 3. take a punt at informal Austral and NZ to have an attempt or try at (something)
punt1 / ( pʌnt) / noun an open flat-bottomed boat with square ends, propelled by a poleSee quant 1 verb to propel (a boat, esp a punt) by pushing with a pole on the bottom of a river, etc Word Origin for punt Old English punt shallow boat, from Latin pontō punt, pontoon 1 British Dictionary definitions for punt (2 of 4) punt2 / ( pʌnt) / noun
punt noun [C] (KICK) a way of kicking the ball in rugby or football, by dropping it from your hands and kicking it before it hits the ground, or a powerful kick in soccer that causes the ball to go a long way SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases punt noun [C] (RISK) take a punt on sth
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