What is the difference between using IN or WITH in the sentences below?
He broke the thick sheet of glass IN/WITH one hit.
Everyone was surprised that he won the fight IN/WITH one punch.
Additionally, I would like to know the specific definition of IN in these sentences. Using WITH would denotes "by means of", which fits its usage above. However, I can't find a dictionary entry that closely matches the usage of IN in the same context. Any links you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks in advance.