from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A long flat slab of sawed lumber; a plank.
- noun A flat piece of rigid material designed to display information, especially.
- noun A blackboard.
- noun A bulletin board.
- noun A scoreboard.
- noun A toteboard.
- noun A flat piece of material designed or equipped to be ridden as a sport, especially a snowboard, skateboard, or surfboard.
- noun A diving board.
- noun A backboard.
- noun A flat, rigid piece of material on which a game is played, such as a checkerboard or chessboard.
- noun A table at which official meetings are held; a council table.
- noun An organized body of administrators or investigators.
- noun A table, especially one set for serving food.
- noun Food or meals considered as a whole.
- noun Sports The wooden structure enclosing an area for skating, such as the ice on which hockey is played, or enclosing a playing area, as for indoor soccer.
- noun A theater stage.
- noun Basketball A rebound.
- noun An electrical-equipment panel.
- noun Computers A circuit board.
- noun The side of a ship.
- noun A leeboard.
- noun A centerboard.
- noun Obsolete A border or edge.
- intransitive verb To cover or close with boards.
- intransitive verb To furnish with meals in return for pay.
- intransitive verb To house where board is furnished.
- intransitive verb To enter or go aboard (a vehicle or ship).
- intransitive verb To allow (passengers) on board.
- intransitive verb Nautical To come alongside (a ship).
- intransitive verb Sports To force (an opposing hockey player) into the boards with a body check.
- intransitive verb Obsolete To approach.
- intransitive verb To receive meals or food and lodging as a paying customer.
- intransitive verb Sports To use a snowboard, skateboard, surfboard, or similar item.
- idiom (across the board) So as to affect or include all people, classes, or categories.
- idiom (on board) Aboard.
- idiom (on board) Ready to participate or be included; amenable.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To cover with boards; inclose or close up with boards; lay or spread with boards: often with up, in, or over.
- In leather manufacturing, to rub (leather) with a pommel or graining-board, in order to give it a granular appearance, and make it supple.
- To place at board: as, he boarded his son with Mrs. So-and-so.
- To furnish with food, or food and lodging, for a compensation: as, his landlady boards him at a reasonable price.
- To come up alongside of (in order to attack); fall aboard of.
- To go on board of (a vessel).
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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