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cox

verb [I or T]     /kɒks/ US  /kɑːks/
to act as a cox 當(划艇的)舵手 She coxed for her college for three seasons. 她在大學當了三個賽季的舵手。 He coxed the winning eight. 他是那艘獲勝的八人艇的舵手。 Rowing
Translations of “cox”
in Chinese (Simplified) 当(划艇的)舵手…
(Definition of cox verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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