Definition of full board in English:

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noun

1 [mass noun] British Provision of accommodation and all meals at a hotel or guest house: the price is from £405 including full board [as modifier]: full board accommodation
More example sentences
  • Five nights will be spent in Lourdes with full board at the Hotel Jeanne D' arc The cost per person inclusive is 545.99.
  • Our company, which specialises in the provision of full board residential style accommodation currently has a vacancy for a Night Porter.
  • This includes full board, two nights accommodation in twin en suite rooms, tuition, four activity sessions and use of all specialist equipment and facilities.
2Australian/NZ A full complement of shearers.
[board, denoting part of the floor of a shearing shed (see board)]

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