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Spanish translation of “box”

box

noun /boks/
a case for holding something
caja
a wooden box a matchbox.
in a theatre/theater etc, a group of seats separated from the rest of the audience
palco
an executive box.
Boxing day noun December 26, the day after Christmas day.
día de San Esteban
box number noun a number used eg in a newspaper advertisement instead of a full address.
apartado de correos
box office noun a ticket office in a theatre/theater, concerthall etc
taquilla
There’s a queue at the box office for tonight’s show.
(Definition of box from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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