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Noun
A temporary modular system of tubes forming a framework used to support people and material in the construction or repair of buildings and other large structures
Noun
Floor covering
Noun
Wood prepared for use in building and carpentry
Noun
The industry or activity of acting or stage performance
Noun
A thick protective outer part or page of a book or magazine
Noun
A barrier, railing, or other upright structure, typically of wood or wire, enclosing an area of ground to prevent or control access or escape
Noun
A level area surrounded by seating, in which sports, entertainments, and other public events are held
Noun
A building or part of a building where movies are shown
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A storey of a building
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A raised floor or stage, especially used by public speakers or performers
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Plural for a long, thin, flat piece of wood or other hard material, used for floors or other building purposes
“If the four cuts were not enough to cut all the way through the board, finish it off with a sharp handsaw.”
Noun
Plural for the provision of regular meals when one stays somewhere, in return for payment or services
“It had been a residential hotel where old ladies paid 17 guineas a week for board and lodging, and Jean had been in the habit of lunching there.”
Noun
Plural for a group of people constituted as the decision-making body of an organization
“At the same meeting, a new board of directors and a monitoring council are expected to be approved.”
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Plural for a group of persons formally joined together for some common interest
“… a proposal that is likely to meet with strong opposition from the local board of undertakers.”
Noun
Flip charts
“He wrote a few more notes on the board.”
Verb
Embark on vehicle
“Some of the rum on sale in Antigua is so strong that word has it you wouldn't be allowed to board your aircraft home if a bottle was spotted about your person.”
Verb
To provide with living quarters or shelter
“… boarded the stray cat until a permanent home could be found.”
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To provide food or meals for
“… housed and boarded many foster children over the years.”
Verb
To receive meals and lodging in return for money
“From September she will board at the White Lodge in Richmond Park London, the Royal Ballet's accommodation.”
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