Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Fox"

The meaning of "Fox" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The Fox Out-Foxed mean?
A: Foxes like to trick others however in this story, the fox got tricked. So we can say the fox got "out-foxed" to describe that situation.
Q: What does Fox media mean?
A: Production house !;
Q: What does "Fox" mean?
A: It is an animal
Q: What does "Fox meets owl" mean?
A: 1) Where did you read or hear this ?
2) Are you sure it's "fox meets owl" ?

Translations of "Fox"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (The) Fox Area is the area in (the) “Three Cities and One Area”
A: Just say it as Fox Area is the area in "Three Cities and One Area". "The" is mostly used to specify
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Fox
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the Fox and the Crow

the Fox and the Crow
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Other questions about "Fox"

Q: ___ Fox News ___ 24x7 sports and entertainment reporter. Mike good to see you this morning. Look, when you thought we talk about Tiger Woods you know you talk about the ups and downs the fall from __ has more than once over the course of his life. But you also talk about how he has be able to come back in incredible ways.

Could you help to check my work and complete the sentence? Thank you!
A: headlines 24/7 sport and entertainment reporter, Mike good to see you this morning. Look, when you thought, (She changed what she was going to say) that when you talk about tiger woods, you talk about the ups and downs, the fall from grace more than once over the course of his life, but you also talk about how he has been able to come back in incredible ways
Q: Which Us Fox and Nbc affiliations have the best ratings and are most watched?
A: the tops are ABC (the American Broadcasting Company), CBS (the Columbia Broadcasting System), and NBC (the National Broadcasting Company), and Fox probably coming in fourth for most known/watched. I personally don't watch TV, so I think it will depend on what you prefer. Watch a few different ones and see what you like the most. They will have different anchors and accents. They will all have their own personal agenda and telling of details, since they are the news.
If you are looking for shows or programs that only air on their channels just do a quick Google search and see which one interests you more. Some shows only show up on their channels since they own the rights to them. Most Americans watch several different ones depending on which shows on for the times they like.
Q: I got wrong Fox T-Shirt from what I ordered in your online shop Does this sound natural?
A: I received the wrong Fox T-Shirt. It is different from what I ordered in your online shop.
Q: should I say "have" or "has": Fox News have endorsed the suggestion of only admitting Christian refugees.
A: In this case, "have" would be acceptable in British English, but not in American English.
Q: Fox News tries to portray every refugee as "potential terrorist".
(if it doesn't sound natural, please explain why) Does this sound natural?
A: You just need the indefinite article: "portray [noun1] as _a_ [noun2]."

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