This game design specialist classifies board games by the number of player pieces.
There were long desks lined up, several pipe chairs, and stuck on the bulletin board were a calendar and several printouts.
Anders disassociated himself from an increasingly corrupt board of directors.
Before you can board the plane, you'll have to go through airport security checks.
I teach Mr Lee's children English in exchange for room and board.
He came on board this company with a lot of fanfare and he turns out to have the skill and talent to live up to it.
This further proof that the chairman of the board is a few croutons short of a salad.
Akagi sprained an ankle during practice so before the game he taped it up until it was stiff as a board.
The group of people who are responsible for controlling and organizing a company or organization: Every decision has to be approved by the board. She started in the firm after college and now she's on the board (a board member).
This board is used for surfing and it is made of expensive material.
Definition to board a plane or ship means to get on it. When a plane is boarding, the passengers are getting on it
I broke my board when I was snowboarding
The advisory board had a lot of qualms about her latest album, which she ended up releasing independently.