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floorboardnoun [C]

 us   /ˈflɔrˌbɔrd, ˈfloʊrˌboʊrd/
  • floorboard noun [C] (WOOD)

a long straight piece of wood used in a floor: The floorboards creaked as we tiptoed across the room.
  • floorboard noun [C] (FLOOR)

a floor in a car
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Translations of “floorboard”
in Arabic خَشَب الأرْضِيّة…
in Korean 마루청…
in Portuguese tábua de assoalho…
in Catalan llata (del terra)…
in Japanese 床板…
in Chinese (Simplified) 木质地板条…
in Turkish parke, zemin döşemesi, ahşap döşeme…
in Russian половица…
in Chinese (Traditional) 木質地板條…
in Italian listone (di pavimenti in legno)…
in Polish deska podłogowa…
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