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land a punch/blow etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishland a punch/blow etcland a punch/blow etcHITto succeed in hitting someone land
Examples from the Corpus
land a punch/blow etcFlaws' Nigel's style includes getting caught with punches in order to land punches.This time, he hardly landed a blow as the majestic Christie cruised home.The first tried to land a punch, but he missed.He shot out his right arm and landed a punch on Lorrimer's nose.Sharpe hacked again, this time landing a blow on the back of the helmet.
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