what does ponches mean?
I know several uses for "Ponche", which is why I question the one answer "punch".
Ponchar / Ponche:
- Punch (as in fruit punch) (Only for Ponche)
- Strike out (baseball)
- Deflate a tire or anything inflated by air.
- Stamp something (slang)
- Punch a time card
- A variety of alcoholic beverages (only for Ponche)
Here's what I get for ponchar La palabra ponchar no está en el Diccionario.
Ponchar is in Reverse Dictionary margaret, sorry!
vt (Mex) to punch (a bill), to puncture (a tyre)
vt (LatAm) to champ at the bit
and from WR you also get:
(col, Ven) (in baseball) - to strike out, to fan (colloq.)
Aunque debe ser un 'barbarismo', ¿te pareces?
It is also the second person singular of the verb poncher, which , depending on the context, means "you punch"....or, as Lazarus says, the plural of punch, which is punches.
I was just reading a book today discussing ponche de frambuesa con frambuesas y fresas frescas flotando por encima.