Oil box

(Mach.) a fixed box or reservoir, for lubricating a bearing; esp., the box for oil beneath the journal of a railway-car axle.

See also: Oil

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The shipment, which arrived on May 13, was declared to contain screws, earphones, inflatable toys, mold, aluminum oil box, mat, labeling machine, freezer, plastic container, blouse, skirts, cell phone stand and printer fitting.
The shipment was declared to contain screw, earphone, inflatable toys, mold, aluminum oil box, mat, labeling machine, freezer, plastic container, blouse, skirts, cell phone stand, and printer fitting.
Lush also recently launched a Bath Oil Box, 75p, made from recycled coffee cups.
"I trotted along to my little oil box and I thought I'm doing all these bespoke blends for someone else, I need to do one for myself - I nicknamed it my 'black hole oil'.
He welds the frame tospecifications, builds the oil box and most of the bike's metalwork before importing the engine and gearbox from the US.
He welds the frame to specifications, builds the oil box and most of the bike's metalwork before importing the engine and gearbox from the US.