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punch Punch {m} [Schlag / große Schlagkraft, bes. beim Boxen]
punch [cutting punch] Schneidstempel {m}
punch / laser combination machine Stanz-Laser-Kombinationsmaschine {f}
punch and laser combination machineStanz-Laser-Kombinationsmaschine {f}
punch bag Sandsack {m}
punch biopsyStanzbiopsie {f}
punch bowl Bowlenschüssel {f}
punch cakePunschkrapfen {m}
punch cake Punschtorte {f}
punch card Lochkarte {f}
punch card machineLochkartenmaschine {f}
punch clock [also: punch-clock] Stechuhr {f}
punch combination Lochkombination {f}
punch cupPunschglas {n}
punch dieSchlagmatrize {f}
punch disk [Am.] Lochscheibe {f}
punch down toolLSA Auflegewerkzeug {n}
punch forceps {pl} [one pair] Lochzange {f}
punch form Ablochbeleg {m}
punch hole Lochstelle {f}
punch hole Lochung {f}
punch in / to the gut [also fig.] Schlag {m} in die Magengrube [auch fig.]
punch in / to the solar plexus [also fig.]Schlag {m} in die Magengrube [auch fig.]
punch knife Stanzmesser {n}
punch line Pointe {f}
punch list Mängelprotokoll {n}
punch list [Am.] Mängelliste {f}
punch list (of outstanding items) Restpunkteliste {f}
punch on the noseSchlag {m} auf die Nase
punch pliers {pl} [one pair]Lochzange {f}
punch press Stanze {f}
punch press Stanzpresse {f}
Punch puppet Kasperpuppe {f}
Punch puppet Kasperlepuppe {f} [südd.]
punch rivetingStanznieten {n}
punch tape Lochstreifen {m}
punch to the midriffSchlag {m} in die Magengegend
punch to the midriff [also fig.] Schlag {m} in die Magengrube [auch fig.]
punchablestanzbar
punchable faceWatschengesicht {n} [österr.] [bayer.] [ugs.]
punchable face [coll.] [pej.] Backpfeifengesicht {n} [ugs.] [pej.]
Punch-and-Judy show Kasperletheater {n}
Punch-and-Judy show Kaspertheater {n}
Punch-and-Judy showKasperltheater {n} [österr.]
Punch-and-Judy show Kasperlitheater {n} [schweiz.]
Punch-and-Judy theatre [Br.] [object] Kasperltheater {n} [österr.] [Objekt]
punchbag [Br.] Sandsack {m} [Boxsack]
punchbag [Br.]Punching-Bag {m} [Boxsack]
punchbag [Br.] [gym equipment] Boxsack {m}
punchballPunchball {m}
punchball [Am.] [rubber ball] Gummiball {m}
punchball [ball game] [mit der Faust gespielter Baseball (dabei werden statt der Schläger die Fäuste benutzt; wird auf der Straße gespielt)]
punchball [Br.] [punching bag]Punchingball {m}
punch-bell egg cracker Eierschalensollbruchstellenverursacher {m} [ugs.] [hum.] [Eierköpfer]
punch-bell egg cracker Eierköpfer {m}
punchbowl Bowle {f} [Gefäß]
punchbowl Bowlenschüssel {f}
punchbowl ladle Bowlenlöffel {m} [Schöpfer]
punchbowl ladle Bowlenschöpfer {m} [seltener] [Bowleschöpfer]
punchbowl ladle Bowleschöpfer {m}
punchcard Lochkarte {f}
punchcutting Stempelschneidekunst {f}
punch-drunk [Boxing] punch-drunk [an einem Boxersyndrom leidend]
punch-drunk [fig.]benommen
punch-drunk [fig.] [dazed, confused] betäubt [leicht benommen, erschlagen sein]
punch-drunk [fig.] [dazed or confused] benebelt
punch-drunk [fig.] [dazed or confused] verwirrt
punch-drunk [fig.] [unsteady]wackelig (auf den Beinen)
punch-drunk [fig.] [unsteady] taumelig
punch-drunk [of boxers] von Faustschlägen betäubt
punch-drunk [showing symptoms of cerebral injury] hirngeschädigt
punch-drunk syndrome [also known as Dementia Pugilistica]Punch-Drunk-Syndrom {n} [Dementia pugilistica]
punched gestanzt
punched punziert
punched gestoßen
punched gekörnt
punched [holed]gelocht
punched cardLochkarte {f}
punched card programmingLochkartenprogrammierung {f}
punched clearance [football] Faustabwehr {f}
punched discLochscheibe {f}
punched filling reinforcement strip Abheftstreifen {m} [Verstärkung im Lochungsbereich]
punched hole Loch {n}
punched holeLochung {f}
punched in [dented,concave]eingedellt
punched (out) [by a machine] ausgestanzt
punched pocket Klarsichthülle {f} [zum Abheften]
punched tape Lochstreifen {m}
puncheon Bodenbrett {n}
puncheon [large cask for liquids or other commodities, holding from 72 to 120 gallons]Fass {n} [großes Fass für Flüssigkeiten oder andere Handelsware]
puncher Lochkartenstanzer {m}
puncher Schläger {m}
puncherLocher {m}
puncher [coll.]Körner {m}
punches Faustschläge {pl}
PunchinelloKasperl {m} {n} [österr.] [südd.]
Punchinello Hanswurst {m} [ugs.] [alberner Kerl]
punchingAusstanzung {f}
punchingLochen {n}
punching schlagend
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