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pack a (hard/hefty/strong etc) punch

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpack a (hard/hefty/strong etc) punchpack a (hard/hefty/strong etc) punch (also pack a wallop) informalEFFECTIVE to have a very strong or impressive effect The Spanish wine, with the flavour of honey, packed quite a punch. pack
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pack a (hard/hefty/strong etc) punchAt last - takeaway sandwiches with flavour that packs a punch!For the first time in a long time, an Eddie Murphy movie packs a punch.The paper is light; it doesn't pack a punch.A wave 10 feet high and 500 feet long can pack a punch of 400,000 pounds per linear foot of its crest.Anne Packer packed a punch with Baked Beans.
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