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A powerful blow with the fist.
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1. (Agriculture) a person who helps to cut, turn, toss, spread, or carry hay
2. (Agriculture) Also called: hay conditioner either of two machines, one designed to crush stems of hay, the other to break and bend them, in order to cause more rapid and even drying
3. (Boxing) boxing slang a wild swinging punch
ˈhayˌmaking adj, n
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1. a person or machine that cuts hay and spreads it to dry.
2. Slang. a knockout punch.
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|Noun||1.||haymaker - a farm machine that treats hay to cause more rapid and even drying|
farm machine - a machine used in farming
|2.||haymaker - a hard punch that renders the opponent unable to continue boxing|
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haymaker[ˈheɪmeɪkəʳ] N → heneador(a) m/f, labrador(a) m/f que trabaja en la siega or la recolección del heno
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