Definition of conex in English:

conex

Syllabification: con·ex
Pronunciation: /ˈkänˌeks
 
/

noun

  • A large, steel-reinforced reusable container for shipping military cargo or, when modified, for use as temporary accommodations: they told us we’d be staying in luxury air-conditioned conexes
    More example sentences
    • I would tether an aerostat to a large heavy conex container in a secure base area like a battalion headquarters and headquarters company.
    • It can easily be deployed in the unit supply conex.
    • All these guys that was in these conex boxes were black.

Origin

acronym from container express.

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