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box

noun /boks/
a case for holding something
boîte
a wooden box a matchbox.
in a theatre etc, a group of seats separated from the rest of the audience.
loge
Boxing day December 26, the day after Christmas day.
le lendemain de Noel
box number a number used eg in a newspaper advertisement instead of a full address.
boîte postale
box office a ticket office in a theatre, concerthall etc
guichet (de location)
There’s a queue at the box office for tonight’s show.
(Definition of box from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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