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Spanish translation of “box”

box

verb /boks/
to fight (someone) with the fists
boxear
Years ago, fighters used to box without wearing padded gloves.
boxer noun
boxeador
He’s a champion boxer.
boxer shorts noun plural ( boxers) men’s underpants that look similar to the shorts which boxers wear.
Calzoncillos Boxer
a pair of cotton boxer shorts.
boxing noun the sport of fighting with the fists
boxeo
amateur/professional boxing.
boxing glove noun a boxer’s padded glove
guante de boxeo
a pair of boxing gloves.
boxing match noun
combate
The boxing match will be televised live.
(Definition of box from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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