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  1. board

    • IPA[bɔːd]

    英式

    • n.
      a long, thin, flat piece of wood or other hard material, used for floors or other building purposes;the stage of a theatre
    • v.
      get on or into (a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle);(of an aircraft) be ready for passengers to get on
    • noun: board, plural noun: boards

    • verb: board, 3rd person present: boards, gerund or present participle: boarding, past tense: boarded, past participle: boarded

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a long, thin, flat piece of wood or other hard material, used for floors or other building purposes:

      loose boards creaked as I walked on them

      sections of board

    • 2. the stage of a theatre:

      he will be on the boards at Stratford tonight

    • 3. the part of the floor of a shearing shed where the shearers work.
    • 4. a thin, flat piece of wood or other stiff material used for various purposes.
    • 5. a vertical surface on which to write or pin notices:

      teachers talk and write on the board

    • 6. a horizontal surface on which to cut things, play games, or perform other activities:

      Pete set the pieces out on the board

    • 7. a flat insulating sheet used as a mounting for an electronic circuit:

      a graphics board

    • 8. the piece of equipment on which a person stands in surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding, and certain other sports:

      you kick-turn with both feet on the board

    • 9. pieces of thick stiff card used for book covers.
    • 10. the wooden structure surrounding an ice-hockey rink.
    • 11. another term for backboard
    • 12. a group of people constituted as the decision-making body of an organization:

      he sits on the board of directors

      a board meeting

    • 13. the provision of regular meals when one stays somewhere, in return for payment or services:

      board and lodging

    • 14. a table set for a meal:

      he looked at the banquet which was spread upon his board

    • 15. a distance covered by a vessel in a single tack:

      we were tacking up to the anchor, shortening cable at each board

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. get on or into (a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle):

      we boarded the plane for Oslo

      they would not be able to board without a ticket

    • 2. (of an aircraft) be ready for passengers to get on:

      Flight 172 to Istanbul is now boarding

    • 3. live and receive regular meals in a house in return for payment or services:

      the cousins boarded for a while with Ruby

    • 4. (of a pupil) live in school during term time:

      parents had to cope with their child boarding at a special school

    • 5. provide (a person or animal) with regular meals and somewhere to live in return for payment:

      dogs may have to be boarded at kennels

    • 6. cover or seal a window or building with pieces of wood:

      the shop was still boarded up

    • 7. ride on a snowboard:

      when we're not boarding, we're skiing

    • n. long, flat, thin pieces of wood used to build or cover something.

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    • n. long, flat, thin pieces of wood used to build or cover something.

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    • adj. (of a floor, roof, or other structure) built with pieces of wood:

    • joisted and boarded floors

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    • adj. (of a floor, roof, or other structure) built with pieces of wood:

    • joisted and boarded floors

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    • n. a board or screen placed over or behind a pulpit or stage to reflect a speaker's voice forward.

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    • n. a board or screen placed over or behind a pulpit or stage to reflect a speaker's voice forward.

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    • adj.
      available or situated on a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle:
    • on-board catering staff

      the on-board computer controls all critical functions on the ship

    • v.
      go through procedures to effectively integrate (a new employee) into an organization or familiarize (a new customer or client) with one's products or services:
    • this data has tremendous value in helping to onboard new hires and manage their performance

      my focus has been restructuring how we do things when we onboard a client

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    • adj.
      available or situated on a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle:
    • on-board catering staff

      the on-board computer controls all critical functions on the ship

    • v.
      go through procedures to effectively integrate (a new employee) into an organization or familiarize (a new customer or client) with one's products or services:
    • this data has tremendous value in helping to onboard new hires and manage their performance

      my focus has been restructuring how we do things when we onboard a client

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    • IPA[bôrd]

    美式

    • n.
      a long, thin, flat piece of wood or other hard material, used for floors or other building purposes:
    • loose boards creaked as I walked on them

      sections of board

    • v.
      get on or into (a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle):
    • we boarded the plane for Oslo

      they would not be able to board without a ticket

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