Word: box

Category: box

Arts & Entertainment, Shopping, Computers & Electronics

Related words: box

the box, box office, red box, po box, drop box, black box, music box, x box, movie box, lunch box, otter box, box office mojo, usps, box spring, shadow box, light box, show box

Synonyms: box

eyeglass

Translations: box

spanish
caja, boxear, arca, estuche, baúl


german
kasten, büchse, packen, verpacken, boxen, ...

french
carton, boxons, boite, coffre, bahut, ...

italian
palco, scatola, cassa

portuguese
encaixar, caixa, coxear

dutch
boksen, doos, slof

russian
будка, шкатулка, ящик, кабина, кончить, ...

norwegian
bokse

swedish
ask, låda, lår, skrin

finnish
rasia, pakki, paketoida, nyrkkeillä, kotelo, ...

danish
kiste, kasse, dåse

czech
facka, škatule, truhla, krabice, rohovat, ...

polish
uderzać, bukszpan, loża, puzderko, odosobnić, ...

hungarian
bukszus, páholy, doboz

turkish
kutu, sandık

greek
κουτί, πυγμαχώ, κάσα

ukrainian
цапи, гуртка, замикати, запихати, будка, ...

estonian
pukspuu, kast

croatian
kovčeg, okvir, kutijici, šamar

icelandic
kassi, baukur, dós, kista

lithuanian
dėžutė, boksas, smūgis, dėžė

latvian
kārba, kaste

romanian
cutie

slovenian
škatla, políčko, skrinjica, dóza, bednika, ...

slovak
debna, políčko, dóza

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The meaning and "use of": box

noun
  • a container with a flat base and sides, typically square or rectangular and having a lid.
  • an area or space enclosed within straight lines, in particular.
  • a small structure or building for a specific purpose, in particular.
  • a mailbox at a post office, newspaper office, or other facility where a person may arrange to receive correspondence.
  • a slap with the hand on the side of a person's head given as a punishment or in anger.
  • a slow-growing European evergreen shrub or small tree with glossy dark green leaves. It is often grown as a hedge and for topiary.
  • any of a number of trees that have wood or foliage similar to the box tree, in particular.

verb
  • put in or provide with a box.
  • fight an opponent using one's fists; compete in the sport of boxing.
  • recite the compass points in correct order.
  • make a complete change of direction.

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