名词 板; 董事会; 甲板; 膳食
及物动词 上(船、车或飞机); 收费供…膳宿; 使搭伙，使寄宿; 强行登(船)
不及物动词 (火车、轮船、飞机等)接受乘客; 搭伙，寄宿
1. He boarded up the windows.
1. He sawed the board in half.
2. Our company has 3 women on its board of directors.
1. Oil refiners and airlines rose across the board as world crude prices dropped more than US $ 2 overnight to nearly US $ 118.
2. The country's domestic funds also fell across the board in the first three quarters.
3. A recent rally in the Chinese stock market has fueled passions across the board, from individual investors to large institutions.
4. All major Asian stock markets in the region tumbled across the board, succumbing to heightened fears of a broader global financial crisis.
5. Compared with a group who had played a nonviolent video game, those who had played " Mortal Kombat " were more aggressive across the board.
6. If we agree that consumers are rational spenders, we cannot see any reason for them to reject Chinese goods across the board.
7. Steep drops were across the board as all 42 components of the benchmark Hang Seng Index were under selling pressure.
8. Japan has been making efforts across the board to improve its ability to defend itself, having depended on the United States for protection since World War II.
9. Yet China still pins a great deal of its hope to economic growth to further its development across the board.
10. The sculpture is made of 900 pounds of butter and is of three children and a cow waiting to board a school bus.
If a policy or a situation applies across the board, it affects everything or everyone in a particular group.
e.g. There are hefty charges across the board for one-way rental...
e.g. The President promised across-the-board tax cuts if re-elected.
If something goes by the board, it is rejected or ignored, or is no longer possible.
e.g. It's a case of not what you know but who you know in this world today and qualifications quite go by the board.
When you are on board a train, ship, or aircraft, you are on it or in it.
e.g. They arrived at Gatwick airport on board a plane chartered by the Italian government...
e.g. ...a naval task force with two thousand marines on board.
If someone sweeps the board in a competition or election, they win nearly everything that it is possible to win.
e.g. Spain swept the board in boys' team competitions.
If you take on board an idea or a problem, you begin to accept it or understand it.
e.g. I hope that they will take on board some of what you have said.