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British pronunciation/pˈʌnɪʃ/
American pronunciation/ˈpənɪʃ/
to punish
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to cause someone suffering for breaking the law or having done something they should not have

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Speeding drivers are often punished with fines to discourage traffic violations.
Company policies typically outline consequences to punish employees for unethical behavior in the workplace.
The court decided to punish the thief with a prison sentence for stealing.
Legal systems have various ways to punish individuals who engage in criminal activities, including imprisonment and fines.
Parents may choose to punish their children by restricting privileges when rules are violated.
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