a long thin flat piece of cut wood; plank
a flat piece of hard material used for a particular purpose
(the cost of) meals
an official body or group that has responsibility for a particular organization or activity
cover with boards
go on board (a ship or public vehicle, aircraft, etc.)
get or supply with meals
"the board has seven members"
"he nailed boards across the windows"
"she sets a fine table"
"room and board"
"he helped her clear the dining table"
"a feast was spread upon the board"
"he checked the instrument panel"
"suddenly the board lit up like a Christmas tree"
"he got out the board and set up the pieces"
"she rooms in an old boarding house"
"The old lady is boarding three men"
They carried her upon a board In the clothes in which she died.
Pattering over the boards, she comes and goes at her will.
Grass grew up through the porch boards.
出自： J. Steinbeck
The buildings were log or unpainted board.
出自： W. van T. Clark
To decide the battle by boarding.
出自： M. Arnold
Mr. Smith has a bedroom in our house but boards out.
史密斯先生住在我们家里,但他在别的地方吃饭。 board sb ⇔ out
She boarded out her children with a neighbour.
He boards up his doors and windows before leaving on a holiday.
When the shop closes, the shopkeeper boards up the windows.
The windows are boarded up to prevent the thieves from breaking in.
误 We'd better board to the train now.
正 We'd better board the train now.
析 表示“上车〔飞机、船〕”时, board是及物动词,接宾语时不需再加介词。