Definition of Box and Cox in English:

Box and Cox

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Pronunciation: /bɒks(ə)ndˈkɒks/

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noun

[often as modifier] British
Used to refer to an arrangement whereby people make use of the same accommodation or facilities at different times, according to a strict arrangement: a Box and Cox arrangement

Origin

the title of a play (1847) by J. M. Morton, in which two characters, John Box and James Cox, unknowingly become tenants of the same room.

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