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plank British & World English

A long, thin, flat piece of timber, used especially in building and flooring

wrest plank British & World English

The part of a piano or harpsichord holding the wrest pins

walk the plank in plank British & World English

(In former times) be forced by pirates to walk blindfold along a plank over the side of a ship to one’s death in the sea

walk the plank British & World English

(In former times) be forced by pirates to walk blindfold along a plank over the side of a ship to one’s death in the sea

gangplank British & World English

A movable plank, typically with cleats nailed on it, used by passengers to board or disembark from a ship or boat

plank English Thesaurus

rough wooden planks

plank English-Spanish

tabla f, tablón m

plank down English-Spanish

plantar familiar/colloquial, plantificar* familiar/colloquial

the plank snapped in two in snap English-Spanish

la tabla se partió en dos

he drove the nail through the plank in drive English-Spanish

atravesó la tabla con el clavo