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Translation of "board" - English-Spanish dictionary

board

noun /boːd/
a strip of timber tabla, plancha The floorboards of the old house were rotten. a flat piece of wood etc for a special purpose tablón, tablero noticeboard chessboard. meals pensión, comida board and lodging. an official group of persons administering an organization etc consejo, junta the board of directors. boarder noun a person who temporarily lives, and takes his meals, in someone else’s house huésped; interno The family takes on boarders to earn some extra money. board game noun an indoor game played on a board, often using pieces that are moved around it Juego de Mesa He enjoys playing board games such as chess. boarding-house noun a house where people live and take meals as paying guests pensión Her parents run a boarding house. boarding pass /ˈboːdiŋˌpaːs/ noun an official card that a passenger has to show before he/she is allowed to board a plane or ship Tarjeta de Embarque Nowadays you can print your boarding card out from the Internet. boarding school noun a school which provides accommodation and food as well as instruction internado Both their children go to boarding school. across the board adjective (etc) applying in all cases general They were awarded wage increases across the board an across-the-board increase. go by the board to be abandoned irse al traste, venirse abajo All my plans went by the board when I lost my job.
(Definition of board from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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