Hay 3 definiciones de cox en inglés:

cox1

Silabificación: cox
Pronunciación: /käks
 
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sustantivo

A coxswain, especially of a racing boat.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Rowing Council are sponsoring three seminars educating coxes about the racing line on the Championship course.
  • Rowing conditions were perfect in particular for coxes who have to manoeuvre the course with care and skill.
  • Aseer's team consisted of four oarsmen and a cox.

verbo

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Act as a coxswain for (a racing boat or crew): the winning eight was coxed by a woman (as adjective coxed) the coxed pairs [no object]: he once coxed for Harvard
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If you are coxing a small boat, steer 30° to starboard of the wind direction, at 6-8 knots.
  • The event is a sliding seat coxed four and the rowers must have some use of legs, trunk and arms,.
  • Any traditional style, coxed passenger carrying boat may take part.

Origen

mid 19th century: abbreviation.

Derivativos

coxless

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Profiting from the change were the second set of repechage crews, including the men's coxless fours.
  • In the men's coxless fours Hong Kong took the first heat in 6: 29.12, ahead of China, India and Japan.
  • He continues to row and compete to this day and won the championships in coxless pair in 2000.

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Pronunciación: ˌhɪpnə(ʊ)ˈpɒmpɪk
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Hay 3 definiciones de cox en inglés:

COX2

Silabificación: COX
Pronunciación: /käks
 
/

sustantivo

Biochemistry
The enzyme cyclooxygenase, which is required for the formation of prostaglandins and is blocked by painkillers such as aspirin and ibuprofen.

Hay 3 definiciones de cox en inglés:

Cox3

Saltos de línea: Cox

Entrada del diccionario de Inglés Británico & Universal

(in full Cox's orange pippin)

sustantivo

An English eating apple of a variety with a red-tinged green skin.

Origen

mid 19th century: named after R. Cox (died 1845), the English amateur fruit grower who first grew it (1825).

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