Definition of gangboard in English:

gangboard

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Pronunciation: /ˈɡaŋbɔːd
 
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noun

Another term for gangplank.
More example sentences
  • After dropping pallets and gangboards on my feet, I learned that Steel Toe shoes is like money in the bank.
  • All the ship's passengers leaned over the gangboards, some with binoculars, watching the crowds.
  • The result of this technical development is the production of mobile high-pressure water units which can be moved along the gangboards and connected to the fire-extinguishing system.

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