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putt

 (pŭt)
n.
A light golf stroke made on the putting green in an effort to place the ball into the hole.
v. putt·ed, putt·ing, putts
v.tr.
To hit (a golf ball) with a light stroke on the green.
v.intr.
To putt a golf ball.

[Variant of put.]

putt

(pʌt) golf
n
(Golf) a stroke on the green with a putter to roll the ball into or near the hole
vb
(Golf) to strike (the ball) in this way
[C16: of Scottish origin; related to put]

putt

(pʌt)

v.t.
1. to strike (a golf ball) gently so as to make it roll along the green into the hole.
v.i.
2. to putt a golf ball.
n.
3. an act of putting.
4. a stroke made in putting.
[1735–45; orig. Scots, variant of put]

putt


Past participle: putted
Gerund: putting

Imperative
putt
putt
Present
I putt
you putt
he/she/it putts
we putt
you putt
they putt
Preterite
I putted
you putted
he/she/it putted
we putted
you putted
they putted
Present Continuous
I am putting
you are putting
he/she/it is putting
we are putting
you are putting
they are putting
Present Perfect
I have putted
you have putted
he/she/it has putted
we have putted
you have putted
they have putted
Past Continuous
I was putting
you were putting
he/she/it was putting
we were putting
you were putting
they were putting
Past Perfect
I had putted
you had putted
he/she/it had putted
we had putted
you had putted
they had putted
Future
I will putt
you will putt
he/she/it will putt
we will putt
you will putt
they will putt
Future Perfect
I will have putted
you will have putted
he/she/it will have putted
we will have putted
you will have putted
they will have putted
Future Continuous
I will be putting
you will be putting
he/she/it will be putting
we will be putting
you will be putting
they will be putting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been putting
you have been putting
he/she/it has been putting
we have been putting
you have been putting
they have been putting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been putting
you will have been putting
he/she/it will have been putting
we will have been putting
you will have been putting
they will have been putting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been putting
you had been putting
he/she/it had been putting
we had been putting
you had been putting
they had been putting
Conditional
I would putt
you would putt
he/she/it would putt
we would putt
you would putt
they would putt
Past Conditional
I would have putted
you would have putted
he/she/it would have putted
we would have putted
you would have putted
they would have putted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.putt - hitting a golf ball that is on the green using a putterputt - hitting a golf ball that is on the green using a putter; "his putting let him down today; he didn't sink a single putt over three feet"
golf shot, golf stroke, swing - the act of swinging a golf club at a golf ball and (usually) hitting it
Verb1.putt - strike (a golf ball) lightly, with a putter; "he putted the ball several feet past the hole"
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
hit - cause to move by striking; "hit a ball"
2.putt - hit a putt; "he lost because he putted so poorly"
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
play - participate in games or sport; "We played hockey all afternoon"; "play cards"; "Pele played for the Brazilian teams in many important matches"
Translations
يَضْرِب كُرَة الغولْف
doklepnout
putte
päristelläprätkäputataputtausputti
gurít
pútta
varyti kamuoliuką
iesist bumbiņu bedrītē
doklepnúť do jamky
topa hafifçe vurmak

putt

[pʌt]
A. Nputt m
B. VTgolpear
C. VIgolpear la bola

putt

[ˈpʌt] (GOLF)
vt
to putt the ball → putter
Turner putted the ball superbly → Turner puttait superbement.
viputter
nputt m

putt

nSchlag m (mit dem man einlocht); he needed a long putt at the 5th holeam 5. Loch musste er aus großem Abstand einlochen
vtiputten, einlochen

putt

[pʌt]
1. n (Golf) → putting m
2. vt (ball) → colpire leggermente

putt

(pat) verb
(in golf) to send a ball gently forward when aiming for the hole.
ˈputter noun
a golf-club used for putting.
References in classic literature ?
Do not put your work off till to-morrow and the day after; for a sluggish worker does not fill his barn, nor one who puts off his work: industry makes work go well, but a man who putts off work is always at hand-grips with ruin.
His father being at the moment out at lunch, the junior partner was practising putts with an umbrella and a ball of paper.
Funk stayed in enough fairways to hit a lot of greens and made enough putts to win - although he stretched every bit of drama out of that.
Haag, who putts in an unorthodox sidesaddle manner, was solid on the greens all day, but conceded that success in the tournament is based on withstanding the inevitable fatigue.
And she made a lot of putts - you have to give her a lot of credit for the putting, because these greens are hard.
But McKinley started to run away with a win on the seventh and ninth, both coming from missed short putts by Jones.
I hit some really good shots from the fairway and made some good putts so I'm very happy with my day,'' said the former collegiate star, who won eight consecutive tournaments last year as a University of Arizon a sophomore.
6 putts per green in regulation, the second lowest average this week.
Bottom line, the theme of my whole day was putting,'' said Funk, who needed just 23 putts on the par-71, 7,222-yard course.
He played smart, he played solid and he made a lot of putts,'' said Woods, who shot 70 to drop to second place and, at 203 to Harrington's 197, will be paired with the 31-year-old Irishman again in today's final twosome.
Niger, meanwhile, had an eight-foot birdie putt of his own and missed, the first of several costly putts for him on the back nine.
He needed just 22 putts Saturday in recording the low round of the SCGA Amateur.