Player vs Fox - What's the difference?

player | fox |

As nouns the difference between player and fox

is that player is one that plays while fox is (soccer) someone connected with , as a fan, player, coach etc.

As a proper noun fox is

derived from the name of the animal.




(en noun)
  • One that plays
  • # One who plays any game or sport.
  • # (theater) An actor in a dramatic play.
  • # (music) One who plays on a musical instrument.
  • # (gaming, video games) A gamer; a gamester.
  • # (gambling) A gambler.
  • # (historical) A mechanism that actuates a player piano or other automatic musical instrument.
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  • # (electronics) An electronic device or software application that plays audio and/or video media, such as CD player.
  • One who is playful; one without serious aims; an idler; a trifler.
  • A significant participant.
  • He thought he could become a player , at least at the state level.
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  • (informal) A person who plays the field rather than having a long-term sexual relationship.
  • Synonyms

    * (l) * See also

    Derived terms

    * accordion player * basketball player * bit player * CD player * football player * player-manager * player piano * record player * rugby player * soccer player * tennis player


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    (wikipedia fox)


  • A red fox, small carnivore (Vulpes vulpes ), related to dogs and wolves, with red or silver fur and a bushy tail.
  • *15th century ,
  • *:The fox went out on a chase one night, / he prayed to the Moon to give him light, / for he had many a mile to go that night / before he reached the town-o, town-o, town-o. / He had many a mile to go that night / before he reached the town-o.
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  • *:They burned the old gun that used to stand in the dark corner up in the garret, close to the stuffed fox that always grinned so fiercely. Perhaps the reason why he seemed in such a ghastly rage was that he did not come by his death fairly. Otherwise his pelt would not have been so perfect. And why else was he put away up there out of sight?—and so magnificent a brush as he had too.
  • Any of numerous species of small wild canids resembling the red fox. In the taxonomy they form the tribe Vulpini within the family Canidae, consisting of nine genera (see the ).
  • The fur of a fox.
  • A fox terrier.
  • The , so called from its yellow color.
  • A cunning person.
  • (lb) A physically attractive man or woman.
  • *1993 , (Laura Antoniou), (w) , p.90:
  • *:And Jerry was cute, you know, I liked him, but Frank was a total fox . And he was rougher than Jerry, you know, not so cultured.
  • *2012 , Adele Parks, Still Thinking of You
  • *:It wasn't just that Jayne was a fox – although, fuck, was she ever a fox. That arse, those tits, those lips. They could have a really good time together.
  • (lb) A small strand of rope made by twisting several rope-yarns together. Used for seizings, mats, sennits, and gaskets.
  • (lb) A wedge driven into the split end of a bolt to tighten it.
  • (lb) A sword; so called from the stamp of a fox on the blade, or perhaps of a wolf taken for a fox.
  • *(rfdate) (William Shakespeare)
  • *:Thou diest on point of fox .
  • Synonyms

    * (a mammal related to dogs and wolves) tod * (attractive man or woman) see also


    * vixen (feminine form )


    * canid

    Derived terms

    * crazy like a fox * fox grape * Fox Islands * Fox River * fox snake * fox sparrow * fox squirrel * fox terrier * fox trot * foxaline * foxery * foxfire * fox-fire * fox-fur * fox-furred * foxglove * foxhole * fox-hole * foxhound * fox-hunt * foxish * foxless * fox-like * foxling * foxly * fox-mark * foxship * foxtail * foxtailed * foxter * foxtrot/fox-trot * foxy * firefox * kit fox * red fox * silver fox * sly as a fox

    See also

    * * Reynard * kitsune




  • To trick, fool or outwit (someone) by cunning or ingenuity.
  • To confuse or baffle (someone).
  • This crossword puzzle has completely foxed me.
  • To act slyly or craftily.
  • To discolour paper. Fox marks are spots on paper caused by humidity.
  • The pages of the book show distinct foxing .
  • To make sour, as beer, by causing it to ferment.
  • To turn sour; said of beer, etc., when it sours in fermenting.
  • To intoxicate; to stupefy with drink.
  • * (Samuel Pepys)
  • I drank so much wine that I was almost foxed .
  • To repair (boots) with new front upper leather, or to piece the upper fronts of.
  • Derived terms

    * outfox