punch (one's) lights out(redirected from punching their lights out)
punch (one's) lights out
To render one unconscious with a punch. A: "Oh man, what happened?" B: "Well, you and Bart were fighting, and then Bart punched your lights out." Wow, you're strong—you could punch someone's lights out no problem!
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punch someone's lights out
Sl. to knock someone out with a fist. You had better stop that, or I will punch your lights out! Do you want me to punch your lights out?
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punch someone's lights outbeat someone up.
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punch someone’s lights out
tv. to knock someone out; to close someone’s eyes with a hard blow. Shut up, or I’ll punch your lights out.
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