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English definition of “board”

board

verb (STAY)    /bɔːd/ US  /bɔːrd/
[I] to pay to sleep and eat meals in someone's house : During his stay in England he boarded with a family in Bath .Living or sleeping somewhere [I] to sleep and eat at school during the school term : When you went to school were you a day student or did you board?Living or sleeping somewhere [T] to arrange for a pet animal to be temporarily taken care of at a place other than its home : He boards the dog out when he goes on business trips .Accommodating people
(Definition of board verb (STAY) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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