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Punch commonly refers to:

  • Punch (combat), a strike made using the hand closed into a fist
  • Punch (drink), a wide assortment of drinks, non-alcoholic or alcoholic, generally containing fruit or fruit juice

Punch may also refer to:



Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Fictional entities[edit]



  • Punch!, a 2005 manga by Rie Takada


Musical terms[edit]

  • Punch in/out, a term in music production when a certain portion of the song is repeated for recording
  • Punched music, holes in various materials, such as music rolls, piano rolls, and book music

Groups and labels[edit]



Stage productions[edit]



  • Punch (numismatics), an intermediate used in the process of manufacturing coins
  • Punch (tool), a tool used to drive objects such as nails, to pierce workpieces, or to form an impression of the tip on a workpiece
  • Hole punch, a common office tool used to create holes in sheets of paper
  • Keypunch, a device for manually entering data into punched cards
  • Leather punch, a tool used to create holes in leather
  • Medical punch, a medical tool to sample biopsy pieces from skin
  • Punchcutting, an intermediate used in the process of manufacturing type
  • Punching machine, a machine tool for punching
  • Ticket punch, to validate tickets

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]