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box noun

  /bɑks/ , /bɒks/
  • A cuboid space; a cuboid container, often with a hinged lid.
Kiste, Kasten, Karton, Box
  • A compartment to sit inside in an auditorium, courtroom, theatre, or other building.
  • (slang, vulgar) The vagina.
  • A cuboid container and its contents; as much as fills such a container.
Schachtel, Kiste
  • A compartment or receptacle for receiving items.
  • A compartment (as a drawer) of an item of furniture used for storage, such as a cupboard, a shelf, etc.

box noun

  /bɑks/ , /bɒks/
  • (Australia) Various species of Eucalyptus trees are popularly called various kinds of boxes, on the basis of the nature of their wood, bark, or appearance for example, the drooping box (Eucalyptus bicolor), shiny-leaved box (Eucalyptus tereticornis), black box, or ironbark box trees.
Buchsbaum, Buchs

box verb

  /bɑks/ , /bɒks/
  • (transitive) To place inside a box; to pack in one or more boxes.
einpacken, verpacken

box verb

  /bɑks/ , /bɒks/
  • (transitive) To strike with the fists; to punch.
  • (transitive, boxing) To fight against (a person) in a boxing match.

boxing noun

  /ˈbɑːksɪŋ/ , /ˈbɒksɪŋ/
  • (sports) A sport where two opponents punch each other with gloved fists to head and torso; the object being to score more points by the end of the match or by knockout, or technical knockout.

box noun

  /bɑks/ , /bɒks/
  • A blow with the fist.
Boxhieb, Boxschlag

boxful noun

  • as much as a box will hold

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boxen verb

boxe, boxte, habe geboxt   /ˈbɔksn̩/
  • Sport: den Faustkampf ausüben

Box noun {f}

Box, Boxen   /bɔks/
  • großes Behältnis, Verpackung, meistens in der Form eines Quaders
  • abgeteilter, kleiner Raum
  • Kurzform: eingeschlossener Raum, Kasten zur Unterbringung und Transportieren von Haustieren
  • Rennsport: Platz zum Einstellen, Unterstellen; Garage, in der ein Rennwagen während des Rennens betreut werden kann
  • umgangssprachlich, Jargon, Musik: Vorrichtung zum Umwandeln elektrischer Energie in Schall, zur Wiedergabe aufgezeichneter Musik; Lautsprecher
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