Define Punted Meaning

Punt
1) To get hit by something and go flying at very high speeds.

2) To get hit by something

I'll punt him into a wall if I ever see him again.
By Heloise
Punt
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 Oona
Punted

By Cherrita
And Punt
to end an awkward conversation, or respond to an off-color or bad joke.

on a broader scale - and punt can be used to change a conversation's topic, or swapped in as a verbal exclamation point to emphasis one's point or argument, or even to convey excitement.

1. After hearing his coworker tell an unusually bad joke, Maxwell exclaimed, "and punt!"

2. Upon hearing his friends hired him strippers for his bachelor party, Dick exclaimed "and punt!"
By Aida
Punt
To kick an object as far and hard as possible

By Gerta
Punting
rowing down a river in a wannabe gondola with a big stick, usually done by posh uni students in Oxford or Cambridge....or tourists....or romantic couples on their first holiday together :)

Oh har har Charles! Look at us and our diplomas punting down this cambridgeshire river, we live our lives spiffingly well!
By Tiertza
And Punt
to end an awkward conversation, or respond to an off-color or bad joke.

on a broader scale - and punt can be used to change a conversation's topic, or swapped in as a verbal exclamation point to emphasis one's point or argument, or even to convey excitement.


1. After hearing his coworker tell an unusually bad joke, Maxwell exclaimed, "and punt!"

2. Upon hearing his friends hired him strippers for his bachelor party, Dick exclaimed "and punt!"

By Nariko
Punt
(MIT slang) (1) To skip class (2) To avoid doing work. Ant: tool.

By Frank
Punt
To be kicked.

By Brandy
And Punt
a good way to change topics or tell your buddy to shut up.

1. "Dude, I know I could take that stripper home with me!"

"And punt!" said his pal at the ridiculous comment.
By Paige