To kick someone, usually your kids, outside when the weather is nice. This helps prevent them from becoming McChildren and prevents fresh air poisoning. This can also be done with pets when the weather is nice and you don't want to have to let them in and out.
It was warm so he punted his kids outside.
by New English January 21, 2009
(MIT slang) (1) To skip class (2) To avoid doing work. Ant: tool.
by Anonymous November 07, 2003
To be kicked.
Dag yo!
by Anonymous April 05, 2003
To kick an object as far and hard as possible
you punted the ball over the fence bell-end!
by bob bmac August 29, 2006
To have a bet.
John: I have a feeling QPR will beat Man U today.
Alex: At 14/1, it's worth a punt!
by Top Tipster January 10, 2013
To 'have a punt' means to bet prospectively on something that probably won't win.
"What so you think Shergar is coming in at Cheltenham?"

"Not really, but I'll have punt on that"

or

"That stuck up bitch over there only sleeps with guys who have at least 10 grand in their pocket and a diamond bed to sleep on"

"Fuck mate, have a punt, if it don't work out, nothing lost."
by cocktwist March 18, 2010
Flat bottomed, small, open boat that is powered by a person pushing along with a long pole. Similar to a Venetian gondola. Used in shallow waters (unless you have a really long pole.)
The waters around Cambridge University are often full of silly punts.
by robcraine November 22, 2005
to buy time, delay

This is likely in reference to football (American) where a punt after possession is used to keep the opposing team from scoring for as long as possible.
Person A: Why did you turn them down?
Person B: I was punting! They were trying to force me into a bad deal.
by Johnald141 November 04, 2007

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