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box1 the amount held in a box. [2/5 definitions]
breadbox a kitchen container used for storing bread. It is usually made of metal and has a lid that can move to open or close the box.
briefcase a small case in the shape of a flat box, used for carrying documents or books.
cage a box or space closed in by wire or bars, used to keep and display animals or birds. [1/4 definitions]
camera a device for taking photographs. A camera is a closed box with a small hole that allows light to reach the film inside. The light makes images on the film.
carton a box made of thick paper or of plastic made to hold one particular type of product.
casket a box in which a dead person is buried; coffin.
chest a large, strong box with a lid, used for holding things. [1/3 definitions]
coffin a box in which a dead person is buried.
container something, such as a box, barrel, or can, that contains or can contain something else.
crate a box for packing and shipping made of wood or other material. [1/2 definitions]
crib a box from which cattle eat. [1/3 definitions]
drawer a box that slides in and out of a desk, dresser, or other piece of furniture.
fight to box against. [1/5 definitions]
icebox a box that contains ice and is used for keeping food cold. [1/2 definitions]
jack-in-the-box a toy that is made up of a box with a puppet inside. The puppet springs out when the lid of the box is opened.
larynx the structure at the top of the windpipe that contains the vocal cords, which produce the human voice; voice box.
letterbox a British word for a public box in which people place letters to be sent by mail. Letterbox has the same meaning as mailbox. [2 definitions]
mailbox a public box in which people place letters to be sent by mail. [2 definitions]
manger a box or trough from which farm animals eat.
music box a box containing a mechanical device that plays music. The music plays by winding a knob, lifting the lid of the box, or some other action.