board in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- કંપનીના ડાયરેક્ટરોનું મંડળ ⇄ board gujarati
- ટેબલ ⇄ board gujarati
- ધારાસભાનું ટેબલ–સભ્યો ⇄ board gujarati
- પ ાટિયું ⇄ board gujarati
- પાટિયા જેવી સપાટ વસ્તું ⇄ board gujarati
- રંગમંચ ⇄ board gujarati
- રોજનાં ભોજન ⇄ board gujarati
- લાકડાના રેસા દબાવીને બનાવેલું નક્કર પાટિયું ⇄ board gujarati
- લાકડાનું પાટિયું ⇄ board gujarati
- શેતરં જ ઇ. રમતનુ ં ⇄ board gujarati
- સમિતિ ⇄ board gujarati
- સૂચનાઓ ઇ. ચ ોડવાનું ⇄ board gujarati
board in Malayalam മലയാളം
- നിശ്ചിത നിരക്കനുസരിച്ചു പതിവായി ഭക്ഷണം കൊടുക്കുന്ന രീതി ⇄ board malayalam
- പലക ⇄ board malayalam
board in Telugu తెలుగు
board in English
- board ⇄ board, noun, verb. english
- board ⇄ expr. bet across the board, (Slang.) to bet that a selected horse or dog will win, place, or show in a race;
Ex. He felt the horse had equal chances of coming in first, second, or third, so he bet across the board.english
- board ⇄ expr. board on board, side by side.
Ex. The ships sailed board on board.english
- board ⇄ expr. by the board, over the ship's side; overboard.
Ex. During the storm, some of the equipment on deck fell by the board.english
- board ⇄ expr. go by the board,
a. to fall over the side of a ship.
Ex. Her rattling shrouds, all sheathed in ice, With the masts, went by the board (Longfellow).
b. (Figurative.) to be given up, neglected, or ignored.
Ex. Formalities weenglish
- board ⇄ expr. on board,
a. on a ship, train, bus, or airplane.
Ex. When everybody was on board, the ship sailed. Half a dozen ... guards and three private detectives were on board the train when it left Boston (New York Times).
b. alongside oenglish
- board ⇄ expr. sweep the board (or boards), sweep the boards clean, to win all the awards, prizes, etc., in a contest or competition.
Ex. The Australian coaches and swimmers swept the board through a combination of scientific preparation and hard training (english
- board ⇄ expr. the boards,
a. the stage of a theater.
Ex. He was brought out by his father on the boards of Old Drury (Dickens).
b. (Basketball.) the backboards.
Ex. He's strong under the boards.
c. the wooden guard fence surroundenglish
- board ⇄ expr. tread the boards, to be an actor or actress; play a part in a play.
Ex. ... one of the most honest actors that ever trod the boards (Fortnightly Review).english
- board ⇄ idiot card orboard
(Slang.) a cue card, used especially in television performances.
Ex. The ... producer ... was yelling over the intercom to the floor director ... to hold up the idiot card saying ""Smile!"" (Maclean's).english
- board ⇄ noun 1. a broad, thin piece of wood for use in building.
Ex. We used boards 10 inches wide and 3feet long for shelves in a new bookcase.
2. a flat piece of wood or other material used for some special purpose.
Ex. an ironing board, a denglish
- board ⇄ v.i. 1. to get regular meals, or room and meals, for pay.
Ex. You will have to board elsewhere.
2. to sail in a zigzag course against the wind; tack.english
- board ⇄ v.t. 1. to cover or enclose with boards.
Ex. to board the floors of a house. The firemen boarded the windows of the burned-out building.
2. to give regular meals, or room and meals, for pay.
Ex. We cannot lodge and board a dozen or fouenglish