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aboard on or into a ship, plane, train, or the like; on board. [2 definitions]
aquaplane a board pulled by a speedboat and used to carry a standing rider along the surface of the water. [1/3 definitions]
au pair (French) a girl or woman who works for a family, usu. in a foreign country, in exchange for room and board. [1/2 definitions]
backboard a board at the rear of something, serving as a support. [2 definitions]
backgammon a board game in which each of two opponents throws dice and tries to move several pieces clockwise around and eventually off the board.
band shell an outdoor bandstand consisting of a platform and a large, concave, almost hemispherical wall that serves as a sounding board.
baseboard a narrow board lining the lowermost edge of an interior wall. [2 definitions]
batten2 a narrow board or strip used esp. for exterior siding and flooring in wooden building construction. [1/4 definitions]
bd. ft. abbreviation of "board foot," or "board feet," a unit of measure for lumber, equal to one foot square and one inch thick.
billboard a board for displaying outdoor advertisements or notices, esp. next to highways.
board game any game, such as chess or backgammon, in which pieces are moved on a specially marked board.
board of education an appointed or elected group that supervises one or several school systems at the town, city, county, or state level; school board.
bodyboard a buoyant board resembling a very short surfboard with one square end, ridden over surf usu. in a prone or squatting position, and with which a variety of skilled manoeuvres can be performed.
breadboard a board on which bread is cut. [2 definitions]
brig the prison compartment on board a ship. [1/2 definitions]
bulletin board a board, usually hung on a wall, on which items such as notices or advertisements are displayed.
bus stop a point along a bus route where the bus will stop to allow passengers to board or exit.
butt2 to place or connect an end of (a board or the like). [1/5 definitions]
cabin cruiser a power-driven boat with a cabin so equipped that passengers can wash, cook, and sleep on board.
callboard a backstage bulletin board in a theater, used by the director, stage manager, and the like to post notices or instructions.
chair to preside over (a board, meeting, or the like). [1/5 definitions]