[puhnch-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈpʌntʃˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/
a small containing holes filled with slips of paper printed with concealed numbers that are out by a player in an attempt to win a prize.
a board full of holes containing slips of paper, used in a gambling game in which a player attempts to push out a slip marked with a winning number
/ˈpʌntʃˌbəʊl/ noun 1. a large bowl for serving punch, lemonade, etc, usually with a ladle and often having small drinking glasses hooked around the rim 2. (Brit) a bowl-shaped depression in the land
noun 1. a large bowl from which punch, lemonade, etc., is served, usually with a ladle. n. 1690s, from punch (n.2) + bowl (n.).
noun 1. a card having holes punched in specific positions and patterns so as to represent data to be stored or processed mechanically, electrically, or photoelectrically.
- Punch clock
noun a timer used on an inserted card to mechanically note the time an employee arrives or departs; time clock Word Origin 1908