- adj1.Britishcomfortable, content. This vogue term of the early 1990s probably derives from the notion of a homeless person comfortably accommodated in a squat or a basher, etc., but was generalised to refer to any state of contentment.Made-up is a near synonym from northern English speech.► A new girlfriend and a flat and a car; I'm well boxed-up.2.Americanintoxicated by drugs or alcohol. This usage may be related to the earlier 'boxed out', meaning uninhibited or wild (by contrast with the colloquial 'boxed-in').
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boxed — oxed adj. 1. (Printing) enclosed in or set off by a border or box; as, boxed sections of the report; boxed announcements in the newspaper. [WordNet 1.5] 2. enclosed in a box. [PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Boxed — kommt aus dem Englischen und bezeichnet den Zustand, dass sich etwas in einer „Kiste“ oder „Schachtel“ (eng. Box) befindet. Im PC Bereich werden Komponenten als boxed bezeichnet, wenn sie in Originalverpackung mit komplettem Zubehör verkauft… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Boxed — (legal name: Club Parasite Ltd.) [cite web|url=http://www.findownersearch.com/brand/508945/|title=Brand Details for Brand Name: GLOBAL UNDERGROUND|publisher=findownersearch|accessdate=2007 07 07] was a record label which has released around forty … Wikipedia
Boxed — est le titre d un coffret contenant quatre albums, publié par Mike Oldfield le 29 octobre 1976. Le coffret contenait à l origine les versions remixées en quadriphonie des trois premiers albums de Mike Oldfield : Tubular Bells (1973) assorti… … Wikipédia en Français
boxed — [bɔkst US ba:kst] adj [usually before noun] sold in a box or boxes ▪ a boxed set of CDs … Dictionary of contemporary English
boxed — [ bakst ] adjective usually before noun sold in a box: a boxed set of three CDs … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
boxed — boxed; let·ter·boxed; … English syllables
boxed — adjective 1. enclosed in or set off by a border or box (Freq. 1) boxed sections of the report boxed announcements in the newspaper • Similar to: ↑bordered 2. enclosed in or as if in a box boxed cigars a confining boxed in s … Useful english dictionary
boxed in — adjective enclosed in or as if in a box (Freq. 1) boxed cigars a confining boxed in space felt boxed in by the traffic • Syn: ↑boxed, ↑boxed in • Similar to: ↑ … Useful english dictionary
boxed-in — adjective enclosed in or as if in a box boxed cigars a confining boxed in space felt boxed in by the traffic • Syn: ↑boxed, ↑boxed in • Similar to: ↑enclosed … Useful english dictionary
boxed up — 1. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. □ I am way boxed, and I feel sick. □ She got boxed up on gin. 2. mod. in jail. □ I did it, and I was boxed for a long time for it. Now lay off! □ … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions