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1. To not let someone achieve their full glory. To stop someone from getting what they want.
2. To do something which causes a person to do something that they do not want to do.
3. To complain about being boxed out of something.
1. Mark: Did you see how i boxed that little kid out of candy? That was hi-larious!
2. Joey: That older kid took my bike, so he boxed me out of getting home early!
3. Joey: Guys! Quit boxing me out! Seriously!
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