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board

boarden

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Substantiv
snickeri
board
platta av trä eller träfiber
  • "Han spikade board för fönstren"


board

boards

Substantiv
Vanligast organisation
organisationsväsende styrelse föreningsväsende
  • "the board has seven members"
  • "suddenly the board lit up like a Christmas tree"
  • "a feast was spread upon the board"
  • "The board has seven members"
  • "Every decision has to be passed by the board"
  • "The school board was in charge of local public schools"
Vanlig kontor
board
  • "The board was filled with messages"

Synonymer

Vanlig data

Synonymer

sport
  • "The puck bounced against the board"
  • Svenska
  • sarg [ byggnadskonst ]
  • "The large boxes were made of board"
teater
golvbräda; plural även bildl. teatern
  • "Have you always wanted to tread the boards?"
  • "There is a little rot in one of the floor boards"
  • Svenska
  • tilja [ teater ]
snickeri
board
snickeri platta av trä eller träfiber platta av trä eller träfiber
  • "He nailed boards across the windows"
  • "The walls were clad with oak boards on three sides"
sjöfart
båtsidan
  • "Grabbing the board of the boat, she turned to him"
fritid, i vissa fasta uttryck
  • "board and lodging"
  • "room and board"
spel
board
a flat portable surface (usually rectangular) designed for board games
  • "he got out the board and set up the pieces"
  • "Chess board"
  • "They played checkers with board and men that they had made themselves"

Synonymer

sjöfart
  • Svenska
  • bord [ sjöfart ]
snickeri
board
a flat piece of material designed for a special purpose
  • "he nailed boards across the windows"
snickeri
board
a stout length of sawn timber; made in a wide variety of sizes and used for many purposes

Synonymer

teknik TV radio
mat

Synonymer

board

board

boards

boarded

boarded

boarding

Verb
snickeri
cover with wooden boards; secure
  • "We boarded up the hole in the wall."

Synonymer

get on board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.)
  • "The solemn, gray passengers boarded the train."

Synonymer

lodge and take meals (at)
  • "I need a place to board for a week."

Synonymer

provide food and lodging (for)
  • "The old lady on the corner boards travellers in her home."