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cox

 (kŏks)
n.
A coxswain.
intr. & tr.v. coxed, cox·ing, cox·es
To act as coxswain or serve as coxswain for.

cox

(kɒks)
n
(Nautical Terms) a coxswain, esp of a racing eight or four
vb
(Nautical Terms) to act as coxswain of (a boat)
ˈcoxless adj

Cox

(kɒks)
n
1. (Biography) Brian (Edward). born 1968, English physicist, educator, and broadcaster; noted esp for his TV programmes on physics and astronomy
2. (Biography) David. 1783–1859, English landscape painter

cox

(kɒks)

n.
1. a coxswain.
v.t.
2. to act as coxswain to (a boat).
[1865–70; by shortening]

cox


Past participle: coxed
Gerund: coxing

Imperative
cox
cox
Present
I cox
you cox
he/she/it coxes
we cox
you cox
they cox
Preterite
I coxed
you coxed
he/she/it coxed
we coxed
you coxed
they coxed
Present Continuous
I am coxing
you are coxing
he/she/it is coxing
we are coxing
you are coxing
they are coxing
Present Perfect
I have coxed
you have coxed
he/she/it has coxed
we have coxed
you have coxed
they have coxed
Past Continuous
I was coxing
you were coxing
he/she/it was coxing
we were coxing
you were coxing
they were coxing
Past Perfect
I had coxed
you had coxed
he/she/it had coxed
we had coxed
you had coxed
they had coxed
Future
I will cox
you will cox
he/she/it will cox
we will cox
you will cox
they will cox
Future Perfect
I will have coxed
you will have coxed
he/she/it will have coxed
we will have coxed
you will have coxed
they will have coxed
Future Continuous
I will be coxing
you will be coxing
he/she/it will be coxing
we will be coxing
you will be coxing
they will be coxing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coxing
you have been coxing
he/she/it has been coxing
we have been coxing
you have been coxing
they have been coxing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coxing
you will have been coxing
he/she/it will have been coxing
we will have been coxing
you will have been coxing
they will have been coxing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coxing
you had been coxing
he/she/it had been coxing
we had been coxing
you had been coxing
they had been coxing
Conditional
I would cox
you would cox
he/she/it would cox
we would cox
you would cox
they would cox
Past Conditional
I would have coxed
you would have coxed
he/she/it would have coxed
we would have coxed
you would have coxed
they would have coxed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Cox - either of two related enzymes that control the production of prostaglandins and are blocked by aspirin
enzyme - any of several complex proteins that are produced by cells and act as catalysts in specific biochemical reactions
Cox-1, cyclooxygenase-1 - an enzyme that regulates prostaglandins that are important for the health of the stomach lining and kidneys; "an unfortunate side effect of NSAIDs is that they block Cox-1"
Cox-2, cyclooxygenase-2 - an enzyme that makes prostaglandins that cause inflammation and pain and fever; "the beneficial effects of NSAIDs result from their ability to block Cox-2"
2.cox - the helmsman of a ship's boat or a racing crewcox - the helmsman of a ship's boat or a racing crew
helmsman, steerer, steersman - the person who steers a ship
Verb1.cox - act as the coxswain, in a boat race
be, follow - work in a specific place, with a specific subject, or in a specific function; "He is a herpetologist"; "She is our resident philosopher"
Translations

cox

[kɒks]
A. Ntimonel mf
B. VTgobernar
C. VIhacer or actuar de timonel

cox

[ˈkɒks] n [rowing boat] → barreur/euse m/f

cox

nSteuermann m
vt crewSteuermann sein für
visteuern

cox

[kɒks]
1. n (Rowing) → timoniere m
2. vtessere al timone di
3. vifare da timoniere
References in classic literature ?
Lewis and Clarke, Bradbury, Breckenridge, Long, Franchere, and Ross Cox, and make a general acknowledgment of aid received from these quarters.
A particularly nervous boy was appointed cox, and the steering principle explained to him by Joskins.
And then "cox" threw both rudder lines over-board, and burst into tears.
Three times they managed to get the boat back through the arch, and three times they were carried under it again, and every time "cox" looked up and saw the bridge above him he broke out into renewed sobs.
I was schoolmistress here before I married David Cox. They thought I'd done wrong to marry a fisherman, but I bore him brave sons, and I lived the life a woman craves for.
He said, just now, before he went out, he should send word to Cox to distrain, if Fowler didn't come and pay up his arrears this week.
Mitchell states that the great valley of the Cox river with all its branches, contracts, where it unites with the Nepean, into a gorge
Cox and Greenwood; but the Major being in Madras at the time, had no particular call for coals.
"The inescapable fact in this case is that Cox's complaints were used in some manner during every adverse employment action Cox suffered," the court said, and the jury could therefore reject the college's claim that termination was justified based on poor performance and lack of collegiality.
Concentrating on girls, Cox maps out and explains how they came to be defined as 'problems' and how they were subsequently treated in the child welfare system.
This new version of the Cox maze treatment substitutes bipolar, radiofrequency ablation for most of the atrial lesions that were previously placed with a cut-and sew technique.
Photos of Cox visiting Theroux's apartment in New York City made the rounds online last weekend.