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boxer

See also: Boxer and bóxer

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Two boxers (fighters) in a boxing match.
A boxer (breed of dog).

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box +‎ -er

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boxer (plural boxers)

  1. A participant (fighter) in a boxing match.
    You can tell she's a boxer by looking at her nose.
  2. A breed of stocky, medium-sized, short-haired dog with a square-jawed muzzle.
  3. A type of internal combustion engine in which cylinders are arranged in two banks on either side of a single crankshaft.
  4. The person running a game of two-up.
  5. One who packs boxes.
    • 1917, Vocational Education Survey of Minneapolis, Minn (page 385)
      They look over the boxes that have been packed, pass judgment upon defects detected by the boxers, and O. K. the boxes []

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boxer m

  1. boxer (participant in a boxing match)

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boxer m (plural boxers)

  1. boxer (dog)
  2. boxer shorts, boxers
  3. boxer (engine)

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boxer

  1. to box
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boxer m (invariable)

  1. boxer shorts

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From English box +‎ -er.

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boxer

  1. (Jersey) to box

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boxer m (plural boxers)

  1. boxer (breed of dog)

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boxer m (plural boxer)

  1. boxer (breed of dog)

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boxer m pl

  1. boxer shorts