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VERB 用拳猛击（或攻击） If you punch someone or something, you hit them hard with your fist.
After punching him on the chin she wound up hitting him over the head...
He punched the wall angrily, then spun round to face her.
VERB 挥舞拳头 If you punch the air, you put one or both of your fists forcefully above your shoulders as a gesture of delight or victory.
At the end, Graf punched the air in delight, a huge grin on her face.
VERB 按（键等）；压（按钮等） If you punch something such as the buttons on a keyboard, you touch them in order to store information on a machine such as a computer or to give the machine a command to do something.
Mrs. Baylor strode to the elevator and punched the button.
VERB 戳，刺（洞） If you punch holes in something, you make holes in it by pushing or pressing it with something sharp.
I took a ballpoint pen and punched a hole in the carton.
N-COUNT 打孔机；穿孔器 A punch is a tool that you use for making holes in something.
Make two holes with a hole punch.
N-UNCOUNT 影响力；效力 If you say that something has punch, you mean that it has force or effectiveness.
My nervousness made me deliver the vital points of my address without sufficient punch...
Hurricane Andrew may be slowly losing its punch, but its winds are still around 100 miles an hour.
N-MASS 潘趣酒，宾治酒（各种酒和糖、柠檬、调料等勾兑而成的饮料） Punch is a drink made from wine or spirits mixed with things such as sugar, lemons, and spices.
PHRASE 谨慎（或婉转）地批评 If you say that someone does not pull their punches when they are criticizing a person or thing, you mean that they say exactly what they think, even though this might upset or offend people.
She has a reputation for getting at the guts of a subject and never pulling her punches.