Übersetzung von “board” — Englisch–Italienisch Wörterbuch

board

noun uk /bɔːd/ us /bɔrd/

A1 a surface on the wall of a classroom that a teacher writes on

lavagna
The teacher wrote her name on the board. L’insegnante ha scritto il suo nome alla lavagna.

A2 a piece of wood, plastic, etc. on a wall where information can be put

tabellone, bacheca
I put the notice up on the board. Ho affisso l’avviso sul tabellone.

A2 a flat piece of wood, cardboard, etc. for playing games on

tavolo
a chess board una scacchiera
on board

B1 on a boat, train, or plane

a bordo (di)

a flat object or surface used for a particular purpose

tavola
an ironing board un tavolo da stiro
a chopping board un tagliere

a long, thin, flat piece of wood

tavola
He put some boards across the broken window. Ha sbarrato la finestra rotta con delle tavole di legno.

[ no plural ] UK meals that are provided when you stay in a hotel

vitto, pensione completa
How much is a single room with full board (= all meals)? Quanto costa una camera singola con pensione completa?

[ no plural ] US meals that are provided to the students who live at a school, college, or university

vitto
Tuition fees do not include the price of room and board (= a place to live and food). La retta universitaria non include vitto e alloggio.

a group of people who control a company

consiglio d’amministrazione
The board approved the sales plan. Il consiglio d’amministrazione ha approvato il progetto di vendita.
above board

honest and legal

aperto, leale, alla luce del sole, corretto
We hired a lawyer to make sure the agreement was all above board. Abbiamo assunto un avvocato per essere sicuri che l’accordo fosse completamente corretto e alla luce del sole.
verb uk /bɔːd/ us /bɔrd/

B1 to get on a bus, boat, or plane

salire a bordo di

If a plane or train is boarding, passengers are getting onto it

imbarcare
The plane is now boarding at gate 26. L’aereo è pronto all’imbarco all’uscita numero 26.

(Übersetzung von “board” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Italienisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)