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box

noun [C] (CONTAINER)
容器
 
 
/bɒks/ US  /bɑːks/
a square or rectangular container with stiff sides and sometimes a lid
箱;盒;匣
a cardboard box
紙板箱
a cigar box
雪茄煙盒
a matchbox
火柴盒
General and miscellaneous containers
a box and its contents, or just the contents of a box
一箱(或一盒、一匣)的容量
a box of matches
一盒火柴
He ate a whole box of chocolates.
他吃了整整一盒巧克力。
General and miscellaneous containers
UK ( US cup) a piece of hard plastic worn by men to protect their sex organs when playing sport
(男運動員的)下體護身,護陰
Sportswear and swimwearProtective clothingBallet
(Definition of box noun (CONTAINER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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