box·ing /ˈbɑksɪŋ/ 名詞
Box, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Boxed (░); p. pr. & vb. n. Boxing.]
1. To inclose in a box.
2. To furnish with boxes, as a wheel.
3. Arch. To inclose with boarding, lathing, etc., so as to bring to a required form.
To box a tree, to make an incision or hole in a tree for the purpose of procuring the sap.
To box off, to divide into tight compartments.
To box up. (a) To put into a box in order to save; as, he had boxed up twelve score pounds. (b) To confine; as, to be boxed up in narrow quarters.
1. The act of inclosing (anything) in a box, as for storage or transportation.
2. Material used in making boxes or casings.
3. Any boxlike inclosure or recess; a casing.
4. Arch. The external case of thin material used to bring any member to a required form.
Box·ing, n. The act of fighting with the fist; a combat with the fist; sparring; pugilism.
Boxing glove, a large padded mitten or glove used in sparring for exercise or amusement.
n 1: fighting with the fists [syn: pugilism, fisticuffs]
2: the enclosure of something in a package or box [syn: packing]