American EnglishinformalBECto record the time that you start or finish work by putting a card into a special machine
American Englishold-fashionedTAto move cattle from one place to another
punch above your weight
informalif businesses, organizations, teams etc punch above their weight, they are successful in an activity or task which usually needs more money, power, skill etc than they seem to have - used especially in newspapers
1American EnglishBECto record the time that you arrive at work, by putting a card into a special machine [= clock in British English]
to hit someone so hard that they become unconscious
WORD FOCUS: hit WORD FOCUS: hit with your fist:punch, thump, bash with your open hand as a punishment:smack, spank, slap with a hammer:bang, hammer in order to get attention:bang, knock, tap, hammer accidentally:bump into, crash into, strike, bang, knock, collide (with) ➔ See alsohit
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.