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How to Pronounce PUNTS?

Correct pronunciation for the word "PUNTS" is [pˈʌnts], [pˈʌnts], [p_ˈʌ_n_t_s].

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"PUNTS" in context

PUNTS are flat-bottomed boats typical of the River Thames in England and a feature of other rivers in Great Britain. They have an almost rectangular shape, with a tapering flat-bottomed stern, for easy navigation on shallow waterways. The traditional punt is about 9 feet long and made of timber, though more recent models are constructed from fiberglass and other modern materials. These days, punts can be used for pleasure and leisure, or fishing, with plenty of room for passengers, even allowing wheelchair access. They are known as a versatile, stable and quiet type of boat, ideal for any day cruising on calm waters.

Usage over time for PUNTS:

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