[oks-brij] /ˈɒksˌbrɪdʒ/ Chiefly British
Oxford or Cambridge University, or both, especially in contrast with the redbrick universities of England.
upper-class intellectual life in England, as felt to be under the influence of Oxford and Cambridge universities:
a bitter attack on Oxbridge by the younger writers.
of, relating to, or characteristic of Oxford and Cambridge, or of upper-class, intellectual traditions or manners associated with these universities:
a career formerly open only to Oxbridge graduates; to voice the proper Oxbridge sentiments.
1849, a conflation of Oxford and Cambridge, used in reference to the characteristics common to the two universities.
Oxford and Cambridge [Universities]
[oks-kahrt] /ˈɒksˌkɑrt/ noun 1. an ox-drawn .
[ok-suh n] /ˈɒk sən/ noun 1. a plural of . [oks] /ɒks/ noun, plural oxen for 1, 2, oxes for 3. 1. the adult castrated male of the genus Bos, used chiefly as a draft animal. 2. any member of the bovine family. 3. Informal. a clumsy, stupid fellow. /ˈɒksən/ noun 1. the plural of […]
[oks] /ɒks/ noun, plural oxen for 1, 2, oxes for 3. 1. the adult castrated male of the genus Bos, used chiefly as a draft animal. 2. any member of the bovine family. 3. Informal. a clumsy, stupid fellow. /ɒks/ noun (pl) oxen (ˈɒksən) 1. an adult castrated male of any domesticated species of cattle, […]
[oks-ahy] /ˈɒksˌaɪ/ noun, plural oxeyes. 1. any of several composite plants, especially of the genera Heliopsis and Buphthalum, having ray flowers surrounding a conspicuous disk. 2. Informal. any of several shorebirds, as the least sandpiper. 3. Architecture. . /ˈɒksˌaɪ/ noun 1. any Eurasian plant of the genus Buphthalmum, having daisy-like flower heads with yellow rays […]