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Punt vs. Munt — What's the Difference?

Punt vs. Munt — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Punt and Munt

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Punt

An open flatbottom boat with squared ends, used in shallow waters and usually propelled by a long pole.

Munt

A black person, usually a man.

Punt

A kick in which the ball is dropped from the hands and kicked before it touches the ground.

Munt

(slang) mangina

Punt

The indentation in the bottom of a champagne or wine bottle.
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Munt

To vomit (usually while drunk).

Punt

To propel (a boat) with a pole.

Punt

To carry in a punt.

Punt

To go in a punt.

Punt

To propel (a ball) by means of a punt.

Punt

To execute a punt.

Punt

(Informal) To cease doing something; give up
Let's punt on this and try something else.

Punt

(Games) To lay a bet against the bank, as in roulette.

Punt

Chiefly British Slang To gamble.

Punt

(nautical) A pontoon; a narrow shallow boat propelled by a pole.

Punt

A kick made by a player who drops the ball and kicks it before it hits the ground.

Punt

A point in the game of faro.

Punt

The act of playing at basset, baccara, faro, etc.

Punt

A bet or wager.

Punt

(AU) Gambling, as a pastime, especially betting on horseraces or the dogs. E.g anyone up for a punt on Randwick?en

Punt

A highly speculative investment or other commitment.

Punt

A wild guess.

Punt

An indentation in the base of a wine bottle.

Punt

(glassblowing) A thin glass rod which is temporarily attached to a larger piece in order to better manipulate the larger piece.

Punt

The Irish pound, used as the unit of currency of Ireland until it was replaced by the euro in 2002.

Punt

(nautical) To propel a punt or similar craft by means of a pole.

Punt

Of a fish, to walk along the seafloor using its fins as limbs.

Punt

To dropkick; to kick something a considerable distance.

Punt

To kick a ball dropped from the hands before it hits the ground. This puts the ball farther from the goal across which the opposing team is attempting to score, so improves the chances of the team punting.

Punt

(soccer) To kick a bouncing ball far and high.

Punt

To equivocate and delay or put off (answering a question, addressing an issue, etc).

Punt

To retreat from one's objective; to abandon an effort one still notionally supports.

Punt

To make the best choice from a set of non-ideal alternatives.

Punt

To eject; to kick out of a place.

Punt

To play at basset, baccara, faro, etc.

Punt

To stake against the bank, to back a horse, to gamble or take a chance more generally

Punt

(figuratively) To make a highly speculative investment or other commitment, or take a wild guess.

Punt

To play at basset, baccara, faro. or omber; to gamble.
She heard . . . of his punting at gaming tables.

Punt

To propel, as a boat in shallow water, by pushing with a pole against the bottom; to push or propel (anything) with exertion.

Punt

To kick (the ball) before it touches the ground, when let fall from the hands.

Punt

To boat or hunt in a punt.

Punt

To punt a football.

Punt

Act of playing at basset, baccara, faro, etc.

Punt

A flat-bottomed boat with square ends. It is adapted for use in shallow waters.

Punt

The act of punting the ball.

Punt

Formerly the basic unit of money in Ireland; equal to 100 pence

Punt

An open flat-bottomed boat used in shallow waters and propelled by a long pole

Punt

(football) a kick in which the football is dropped from the hands and kicked before it touches the ground;
The punt traveled 50 yards
Punting is an important part of the game

Punt

Kick the ball

Punt

Propel with a pole;
Pole barges on the river
We went punting in Cambridge

Punt

Place a bet on;
Which horse are you backing?
I'm betting on the new horse

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