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box in Sport topic

boxbox2 ●○○ verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [intransitive, transitive]DS to fight someone as a sport by hitting them with your closed hands inside big leather gloves2 (also box up) [transitive]DTI to put things in boxes πŸ”Š Help me box up the Christmas tree lights. β†’ boxed3 [transitive]DRAW to draw a box around something on a page4 β†’ box somebody’s ears β†’ box somebody/something ↔ in β†’ box something ↔ offβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
boxβ€’ She'd just box a few ears, knock a few heads together like she did with the Rattries, and chase them off.β€’ Nearly all the pews were boxed in, the panels chest-height, narrow doors allowing entry.β€’ I should be able to box Jerome.β€’ Items like tea bags and cigarettes are boxed, then wrapped in cellophane.