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Fox (also ˌFox ˈBroadcasting ˌCompany)
fox /fɒks $ fɑːks/ noun


روباه بازی کردن ، تزویر کردن ، گیج کردن ، کامپیوتر: شکل لغوی رقمی در سیستم عددی مبنای شانزده که متناظر با مقدار دهدهی 15 است
الکترونیک: شکل لغوی رقمی در سیستم عددی مبنای شانزده که متناظر با مقدار دهدهی 15 است ، کامپیوتر: روباه ، روباه بازی کردن ، تزویر کردن ، گیج کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

I. Fox (also ˌFox ˈBroadcasting ˌCompany) trademark
one of the main national television networks in the US. The others include ABC, CBS, and NBC. Fox is the newest of the main US television networks, and is part of Rupert Murdoch's company, News Corporation.

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II. Fox, Charles James
(1749–1806) a British politician known for his wish to stop the slave trade and his opposition to the taxing of the American colonies(colony)

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III. Fox, George
(1624–91) an English religious leader who started the Christian group the Society of Friends, who are also called Quakers

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IV. Fox, Michael J.
(1961–) a Canadian film actor best known for appearing in the Back to the Future series of films (1985–1990). He has also worked on television, in humorous programmes such as Family Ties in the 1980s and Spin City in the 1990s. In 1991, he discovered that he had Parkinson's Disease, and in 2000 he started The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research.

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I. fox1 /fɒks $ fɑːks/ noun
[Language: Old English]

1. [countable] a wild animal like a dog with reddish-brown fur, a pointed face, and a thick tail

2. [countable] informal someone who is clever and good at deceiving people:
He was a sly old fox.

3. [uncountable] the skin and fur of a fox, used to make clothes

4. [countable] American English informal someone who is sexually attractive

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II. fox2 verb [transitive] British English informal

1. to be too difficult for someone to do or understand:
We were foxed by the problem.

2. to confuse or deceive someone in a clever way

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fox
noun
ADJ. urban | rural
VERB + FOX hunt
FOX + VERB bark I heard a fox bark in the dark.
FOX + NOUN cub | hunt, hunting

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