[poon-tee-air-oh; Spanish poon-tee-lye-raw, -ye-] /ˌpun tiˈɛər oʊ; Spanish ˌpun tiˈlyɛ rɔ, -ˈyɛ-/
noun, plural puntilleros
[poon-tee-air-ohz; Spanish poon-tee-lye-raws, -ye-] /ˌpun tiˈɛər oʊz; Spanish ˌpun tiˈlyɛ rɔs, -ˈyɛ-/ (Show IPA)
(in bullfighting) a worker, or assistant, who gives the coup de grâce to the fallen bull with a puntilla.
[poo n-chahk jah-yah] /ˈpʊn tʃɑk ˈdʒɑ yɑ/ noun 1. . [poo n-chahk jah-yah] /ˈpʊn tʃɑk ˈdʒɑ yɑ/ noun 1. a mountain in Irian Jaya, Indonesia, on W New Guinea: highest island point in the world. 16,503 feet (5030 meters).
[poo n-toh fee-hoh; Spanish poon-taw fee-haw] /ˈpʊn toʊ ˈfi hoʊ; Spanish ˈpun tɔ ˈfi hɔ/ noun 1. a city in NW Venezuela, on the Paraguana Peninsula.
- Punt soff
verb phrase To deliberately forget; ignore and evade; bag: He decided to punt the whole problem off (1970s+ College students)
[puhn-tee] /ˈpʌn ti/ noun, plural punties. 1. an iron rod used in glassmaking for handling the hot glass. /ˈpʌntɪ/ noun (pl) -ties 1. a long iron rod used in the finishing process of glass-blowing Also called pontil n. “iron rod used in manipulating hot glass,” 1660s, from French pontil, a diminutive form from Latin punctum […]