boardnounuk /bɔːd/ us /bɔːrd/
board noun (WOOD)
board noun (PEOPLE)
- The decision will have to be ratified by the executive board.
- There's a board of five directors, but she is the Managing Director.
- There is a predominance of people with an arts degree on the board of governors.
- She persuaded the board of her worthiness to run the company.
- The editorial board has an expert with a world-wide reputation in the person of Professor Jameson.
board noun (EXAM)
board noun (TRANSPORT)
board noun (MEALS)
boardverbuk /bɔːd/ us /bɔːrd/
board verb (GET ON)
board verb (STAY)
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