noun plural -boks or -bok
Examples from the Web for reebok
At Reebok, the company had already begun sourcing goods and services in Asia by the time he began as CEO.
Reebok, the athletic shoe company, has made him central to its drive to dominate that lucrative market.
Ross addressed the controversy on Twitter: “Tell Reebok that rape is not ok, not ever!”
But their staged attempt was unsuccessful: Reebok security reportedly blocked the protestors from entering the store.
UltraViolet is working to persuade Reebok to cut ties with Ross.Reebok Urged to Drop Rick Ross; Zara Labor Practices Under Fire; Marilyn Monroe–Inspired Footwear Line Announced|The Fashion Beast Team|April 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Word Origin and History for reebok
South African antelope, 1775, from Dutch form of roebuck.