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full boardnoun [U]

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an arrangement in which all your meals are provided at the hotel or rooms that you are paying to stay in: The price of the holiday includes flights, full board, and all extras.
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in Chinese (Traditional) (旅館提供的)全食宿…
in Russian полный пансион…
in Turkish tam pansiyon…
in Chinese (Simplified) (旅馆提供的)全食宿…
in Polish pełne wyżywienie…
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