♦ board

♦ board /bɔ:d/
n.
1 asse; assicella; tavola: ironing board, asse per stirare; cheese board, tagliere per formaggio; surf board, tavola da surf
2 tavoliere (di vari giochi); scacchiera; tabellone: board games, giochi da tavolo (o da scacchiera); giochi giocati su un tabellone NOTA D'USO: -table game o board game?-
3 (elettr.) pannello
4 (comput.) scheda; piastra: graphics board, scheda grafica
5 (= blackboard) lavagna
6 (= notice-board) tabellone; bacheca; pannello; quadro (murario): to put a notice up on the board, affiggere un avviso sul tabellone (o in bacheca)
7 [u] vitto, pasti (in una pensione, ecc.): board and lodging, vitto e alloggio; full board, pensione completa
8 comitato; consiglio; commissione; collegio: board of arbitrators, collegio arbitrale; board of directors, consiglio d'amministrazione; board of examiners, commissione esaminatrice; board of governors, consiglio di amministrazione (di scuola, ospedale, ecc.); board of inquiry, commissione d'inchiesta; board of management, comitato direttivo; direzione (di fabbrica); board chairman, presidente del consiglio di amministrazione; board meeting, riunione (o seduta) del consiglio
9 (naut.) murata; fianco; bordo
10 (naut.) bordata; bordo
11 (al pl.) (legatoria) copertina: a book in cloth boards, un libro dalla copertina in tela
12 (al pl.: the boards) (antiq. o scherz.) (le tavole del) palcoscenico; le scene (fig.): to tread the boards, calcare le scene
board foot, piede quadrato per pollice (misura cubica per legname) □ (in GB) the Board of Inland Revenue, l'Ufficio delle Imposte Dirette e delle Imposte di Bollo; l'Amministrazione Finanziaria; il Fisco □ Board of Trade, (in GB, stor.) Ministero del Commercio; (in USA) Camera di commercio □ across the board, (avv.) in modo generale; in modo indiscriminato; a tutti i livelli; dappertutto; a 360В°; (ipp., USA) piazzato; (agg., anche across-the-board) generale; indiscriminato: Prices fell across the board, i prezzi sono crollati dappertutto; I backed Black Prince across the board, scommisi su Black Prince piazzato; across-the-board tariff cuts, riduzioni generali delle tariffe doganali □ on board, a bordo (di un veicolo): on board the bus, sull'autobus; to get sb. on board, (naut., aeron.) imbarcare q.; (fig.) imbarcare, far entrare (in un'impresa); (naut., aeron.) to go on board, imbarcarsi □ to go by the board, (naut.: di albero, ecc.) essere spazzato via, cadere in mare; (fig.: di progetto, ecc.) fallire, venir meno, essere rifiutato, essere trascurato □ to take st. on board, recepire, accettare qc. (un'idea nuova, situazione, ecc.) □ to sweep the board, far piazza pulita (di premi, punti, ecc.); vincere tutto; trionfare.
NOTA D'USO: -the board is o the board are?- (to) board /bɔ:d/
A v. t.
1 coprire (o rivestire) con assi: boarded floor, pavimento di assi
2 tenere a pensione
3 (naut.) abbordare; arrembare
4 (naut., aeron.) salire a bordo di; imbarcarsi su
5 salire su, montare su (un veicolo): We boarded the Rome train at 11 a.m., alle undici siamo saliti sul treno per Roma
B v. i.
1 salire a bordo; imbarcarsi: DIALOGO-Checking in- You should be boarding from gate twelve, but keep an eye on the monitors for any changes, dovrebbe imbarcarsi al gate dodici ma controlli gli schermi in caso di cambiamenti
2 (di aereo) essere pronto all'imbarco
3 essere a pensione; alloggiare: I boarded with a nice old lady, ero a pensione da una simpatica vecchietta
4 essere un convittore.

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