board

board
bo:d
1. noun
1) (a strip of timber: The floorboards of the old house were rotten.) tabla, plancha
2) (a flat piece of wood etc for a special purpose: notice-board; chessboard.) tablón, tablero
3) (meals: board and lodging.) pensión, comida
4) (an official group of persons administering an organization etc: the board of directors.) consejo, junta

2. verb
1) (to enter, or get on to (a vehicle, ship, plane etc): This is where we board the bus.) subir a
2) (to live temporarily and take meals (in someone else's house): He boards at Mrs Smith's during the week.) alojarse en, estar hospedado en
- boarding-house
- boarding-school
- across the board
- go by the board

board1 n
1. tabla / tablero
a draughts board un damero
2. tablón de anuncios
I saw a notice on the board vi un anuncio en el tablón
3. pizarra
clean the board, please borra la pizarra, por favor
4. pensión
half board media pensión
full board pensión completa
on board a bordo
how many passengers are there on board? ¿cuántos pasajeros hay a bordo?
to go on board embarcar / embarcarse
board2 vb
1. embarcar / subir
they boarded at gate 42 embarcaron por la puerta número 42
he boarded the train at Doncaster subió al tren en Doncaster
2. alojarse
he boarded with a family se alojó con una familia
board
tr[bɔːd]
noun
1 (piece of wood) tabla, tablero
2 (food) comida, pensión nombre femenino
3 (committee) junta, consejo
4 (company) compañía
the gas board la compañía del gas
transitive verb
1 (ship etc) subirse a, embarcar en
intransitive verb
1 (lodge) alojarse; (at school) ser interno,-a
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
on board SMALLMARITIME/SMALL a bordo
above board figurative use en regla, legal
across the board figurative use general, global
to go by the board irse al traste
to sweep the board (be succesful) arrasar 2 (in competition) llevarse todos los premios 3 (in election) conseguir la mayoría de los escaños
to take on board (responsibilty) asumir 2 (concept, idea) abarcar
to go back to the drawing board volver a empezar de cero
board and lodging pensión completa
board of directors junta directiva
board of trade SMALLAMERICAN ENGLISH/SMALL cámara de comercio
board ['bord] vt
1) : embarcarse en, subir a bordo de (una nave o un avión), subir a (un tren o carro)
2) lodge: hospedar, dar hospedaje con comidas a
3)
to board up : cerrar con tablas
board n
1) plank: tabla f, tablón m
2) : tablero m
chessboard: tablero de ajedrez
3) meals: comida f
board and lodging: comida y alojamiento
4) committee, council: junta f, consejo m
board (Furnishing of meals)
n.
comidas s.f.pl.
n.
bordada s.f.
bordo s.m.
cartón s.m.
chapa s.f.
junta s.f.
mesa s.f.
pensión s.f.
tabla s.f.
tablero s.m.
tablón s.m.
tribunal s.m.
v.
abordar v.
entablar v.
entarimar v.
hospedarse v.
posar v.
subir a v.
bɔːrd, bɔːd
I
noun
1) c
a) (plank) tabla f, tablón m; (floorboard) tabla f (del suelo)

as stiff as a board — más tieso que un palo or que una tabla

to tread the boards — pisar las tablas

b) (for chopping etc) tabla f (de madera)
c) (circuit board) placa f base
2) c
a) (diving board) trampolín m
b) (for surfing, windsurfing) tabla f (de surf)
c) (Games) tablero m

to sweep the board — arrasar con or llevarse todos los premios

3) c
a) (noticeboard) tablero m or (Esp) tablón m de anuncios, cartelera f (AmL), diario m mural (Chi)
b) (sign) letrero m, cartel m
c) (scoreboard) marcador m
d) (blackboard) pizarra f, pizarrón m (AmL), tablero m (Col)
4) c
a) (committee) junta f, consejo m
b) (administrative body)

the Water/Gas Board — la compañía del agua/gas

c) board (of directors) (Busn) junta f directiva, consejo m de administración
d) (of examiners) tribunal m
5) u (provision of meals)

board and lodging — comida y alojamiento

full/half board — pensión f completa/media pensión f

6) u (in phrases)

across the board: they have promised to reduce taxation across the board han prometido una reducción general de impuestos; on board a bordo; on board the ship/plane a bordo del barco/avión; to go on board embarcarse*; (before n) on-board <entertainment> de a bordo; to go by the board: all these precautions tend to go by the board todas estas precauciones suelen dejarse a un lado; to take something on board — \<\<idea\>\> (BrE) asumir algo


II
1.
transitive verb
1) (go aboard)

to board a ship — embarcar(se)*, abordar (Méx)

2) (accommodate) hospedar

2.
vi
1) (go aboard) embarcar(se)*, abordar (Col, Méx)
2) (be accommodated)

to board with somebody — alojarse or hospedarse en casa de alguien

Phrasal Verbs:
[bɔːd]
1. N
1) [of wood] tabla f , tablón m ; (=table) mesa f ; (for chess etc) tablero m ; (=ironing board) tabla f de planchar; (=notice board) tablón m ; (in bookbinding) cartón m ; (Comput) placa f , tarjeta f

above board — (=legitimate) legítimo; (=in order) en regla, legal

an increase across the board — un aumento global or general

to go by the board — (=go wrong) ir al traste; (=be abandoned) abandonarse

in boards — (book) en cartoné

- sweep the board
2) (=provision of meals) comida f

full board — pensión f completa

half board — media pensión f

board and lodging(Brit) casa f y comida

3) (Naut, Aer)

on board — a bordo

on board (the) ship — a bordo del barco

to go on board — embarcarse, subir a bordo

- take sth on board
4) (=group of officials) junta f , consejo m
5) (gas, water etc) comisión f
6)

the boards — (Theat) las tablas

- tread the boards
2. VT
1) [+ ship, plane] subir a bordo de, embarcarse en; [+ enemy ship] abordar; [+ bus, train] subir a
2) (also: board up) (=cover with boards) entablar
3) (=feed, lodge) hospedar, dar pensión (completa) a
3.
VI

to board with — hospedarse en casa de

4.
CPD

board chairman N — presidente(-a) m / f del consejo de administración

board game N — juego m de tablero

board meeting N — reunión f de la junta directiva or del consejo de administración

board member N(=member of board of directors) miembro m de la junta directiva, miembro m del consejo de administración

board of directors N — junta f directiva, consejo m de administración

board of education N(esp US) consejo supervisor del sistema educativo

board of governors N(Brit) (Scol) consejo m (de un colegio, instituto etc)

board of inquiry N — comisión f investigadora

Board of Trade N(Brit) (formerly) Departamento m de Comercio y Exportación; (US) Cámara f de Comercio

* * *
[bɔːrd, bɔːd]
I
noun
1) c
a) (plank) tabla f, tablón m; (floorboard) tabla f (del suelo)

as stiff as a board — más tieso que un palo or que una tabla

to tread the boards — pisar las tablas

b) (for chopping etc) tabla f (de madera)
c) (circuit board) placa f base
2) c
a) (diving board) trampolín m
b) (for surfing, windsurfing) tabla f (de surf)
c) (Games) tablero m

to sweep the board — arrasar con or llevarse todos los premios

3) c
a) (noticeboard) tablero m or (Esp) tablón m de anuncios, cartelera f (AmL), diario m mural (Chi)
b) (sign) letrero m, cartel m
c) (scoreboard) marcador m
d) (blackboard) pizarra f, pizarrón m (AmL), tablero m (Col)
4) c
a) (committee) junta f, consejo m
b) (administrative body)

the Water/Gas Board — la compañía del agua/gas

c) board (of directors) (Busn) junta f directiva, consejo m de administración
d) (of examiners) tribunal m
5) u (provision of meals)

board and lodging — comida y alojamiento

full/half board — pensión f completa/media pensión f

6) u (in phrases)

across the board: they have promised to reduce taxation across the board han prometido una reducción general de impuestos; on board a bordo; on board the ship/plane a bordo del barco/avión; to go on board embarcarse*; (before n) on-board <entertainment> de a bordo; to go by the board: all these precautions tend to go by the board todas estas precauciones suelen dejarse a un lado; to take something on board — \<\<idea\>\> (BrE) asumir algo


II
1.
transitive verb
1) (go aboard)

to board a ship — embarcar(se)*, abordar (Méx)

2) (accommodate) hospedar

2.
vi
1) (go aboard) embarcar(se)*, abordar (Col, Méx)
2) (be accommodated)

to board with somebody — alojarse or hospedarse en casa de alguien

Phrasal Verbs:

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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