boxer Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"boxer" in British English

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boxernoun [C]

uk   /ˈbɒk.sər/  us   /ˈbɑːk.sɚ/

boxer noun [C] (SPORTSPERSON)

someone who ​takespart in the ​sport of boxing: He was a heavyweight boxer before he ​became an ​actor.

boxer noun [C] (DOG)

a ​dog of ​mediumsize with ​short, ​lightbrownhair and a ​short, ​flatnose
(Definition of boxer from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"boxer" in American English

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boxernoun [C]

 us   /ˈbɑk·sər/

boxer noun [C] (DOG)

a ​type of ​dog of ​mediumsize with ​short, ​lightbrownhair and a ​flatnose

boxer noun [C] (FIGHTER)

a ​person who ​competes in the ​sport of ​boxing: an ​amateur boxer
(Definition of boxer from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “boxer”
in Arabic مُلاكِم…
in Korean 권투 선수…
in Portuguese boxeador, -ora…
in Catalan boxejador, -a…
in Japanese ボクサー(ボクシングをする人)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 运动员, 拳击手,拳击运动员…
in Turkish boksör…
in Russian боксер…
in Chinese (Traditional) 運動員, 拳撃手,拳撃運動員…
in Italian pugile…
in Polish bokser…
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