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box number

n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) the number of an individual pigeonhole at a newspaper to which replies to an advertisement may be addressed
2. (Telecommunications) the number of an individual pigeonhole at a post office from which mail may be collected
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.box number - the number of a letter box at the post office where mail is collected
mailing address - the address where a person or organization can be communicated with
2.box number - a mailing address to which answers to a newspaper ad can be sent
mailing address - the address where a person or organization can be communicated with
Translations
رَقْمُ الأعلان في صَحيفَه
číslo poštovní schránky
billetmærkeboksnummer
jelige
auglÿsinganúmer
číslo poštovej schránky
posta kutusu No sı

box number

n (for advertisements) → casella

box1

(boks) noun
1. a case for holding something. a wooden box; a matchbox.
2. in a theatre etc, a group of seats separated from the rest of the audience.
verb
to put (something) into boxes. Will you box these apples?
Boxing day
December 26, the day after Christmas day.
box number
a number used eg in a newspaper advertisement instead of a full address.
box office
a ticket office in a theatre, concert – hall etc. There's a queue at the box office for tonight's show.
References in periodicals archive ?
BOX NUMBERS Readers are advised not to enclose original references or stamped addressed envelopes with their replies.
It allows people to give out these PO Box numbers to their friends and relatives.
BOX NUMBERS Readers are advised not not to enclose original references or stamped addressed envelopes with their replies.
1886: Box numbers were introduced in classified advertisements by the Daily Telegraph.
WITH reference to Ray Jenkins' letter (Viewpoints, August 12) and charity demands from PO Box numbers in Ross-on-Wye.