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boxing US English

The sport or practice of fighting with the fists, especially with padded gloves in a roped square ring according to prescribed rules

boxed in box1 US English

Put in or provide with a box

box1 US English

Enclose (a piece of text) within printed lines

box2 US English

Fight an opponent using one’s fists; compete in the sport of boxing

box4 US English

Recite the compass points in correct order

box someone out in box1 US English

Block an opponent from an area by the position of one’s body

box someone out US English

Block an opponent from an area by the position of one’s body

Boxing Day US English

(In parts of the British Commonwealth) a public holiday celebrated on the first day (strictly, the first weekday) after Christmas Day

Thai boxing US English

A traditional Thai martial art in which the fists, elbows, knees, and bare feet may all be used to deliver blows

kick-boxing US English

A form of martial art that combines boxing with elements of karate, in particular kicking with bare feet

boxing glove US English

A heavily padded mitten worn in boxing

boxing weight US English

Each of a series of fixed weight ranges at which boxers are matched

inbox US English

Send a private message or an e-mail to (someone, typically another member of a social networking website or Internet message board)

beatbox US English

Imitate the sounds of a drum machine with the voice

outbox US English

Defeat (an opponent) by superior boxing ability

shadowbox US English

Spar with an imaginary opponent as a form of training

box someone in in box1 US English

Restrict the ability of someone to move freely

box someone's ears US English

Slap someone on the side of the head as a punishment or in anger

box someone's ears in box2 US English

Slap someone on the side of the head as a punishment or in anger

boxing US Thesaurus

the history of boxing

boxing English-Spanish

boxeo masculine, box masculine

Boxing Day New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

first day (strictly, first weekday) after Christmas Day

Boxing Day English-Spanish

el 26 de diciembre, día festivo en Gran Bretaña, Australia, Canadá, Nueva Zelandia

boxing ring English-Spanish

ring masculine, cuadrilátero masculine

kick-boxing English-Spanish

kickboxing masculine

shadow-boxing English-Spanish

práctica de boxeo con un adversario imaginario

the usual political shadow-boxing in shadow-boxing English-Spanish

el mismo teatro de siempre por parte de los políticos