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board
British English: /bɔːd/
American English: /bɔrd/

Translation of board in German:

noun

  • 1
    Brett, das
    as flat as a board
    (Frau)
    flach wie ein Bügelbrett
    bare boards
    bloße Dielen
  • 3
    (noticeboard) Schwarzes Brett
  • 5
    (sprinɡboard) [Sprung]brett, das
  • 8 (Administration etc.)
    Amt, das
    Behörde, die
    gas/water/electricity board
    Gas-/Wasser-/Elektrizitätsversorgungsgesellschaft, die
    board [of examiners]
    [Prüfungs]kommission, die
    board of inquiry board of trustees board [of interviewers]
    Gremium, das (zur Auswahl von Bewerbern)
    (University)
    Berufungskommission, die
    board of trade (American English)
    Handelskammer, die
  • 9 (Business)board [of directors]
    Vorstand, der (supervisory board) Aufsichtsrat, der
    (in public body) Verwaltungsrat, der
    chairman of the board
    Vorstands-/Aufsichtsrats-/Verwaltungsratsvorsitzende, der/die
  • 10 (Nautical, Aviation, Transport)on board on board the ship/plane
    an Bord des Schiffes/Flugzeugs
    on board the train/bus
    im Zug/Bus
    go on board the train/bus
    in den Zug/Bus einsteigen
    take somebody on board [figurative]
    [colloquial]
    jemanden aufnehmen
    take something on board [figurative] [colloquial]
    (accept) etwas annehmen

transitive verb

  • 2 (go on board)board the ship/plane
    an Bord des Schiffes/Flugzeugs gehen
    board the train/bus
    in den Zug/Bus einsteigen
  • 3 (come alongside)
    längsseits herankommen an + Akk.
    (force one's way on board)

intransitive verb

  • 2
    (board an aircraft) an Bord gehen
    ‘flight L 5701 now boarding [at] gate 15’
    „Passagiere des Fluges L 5701 bitte zum Flugsteig 15“

Phrasal verbs

board out

intransitive verb
in Pension wohnen
transitive verb
in Pension geben

board up

transitive verb
mit Brettern vernageln

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