摆到桌面上的,光明正大 just and honorable
across the board
全体人员都包括在内 include in all the people
go by the board
未成功 be unsuccessful
在船〔火车、飞机、汽车〕上 on ship〔train, plane, bus〕 etc.
board in (v.+adv.)
用木板围住或封住 close a space with boards of wood
board sth ? in
There used to be a hole in the fence that we could creep through, but it's been boarded in.
board out (v.+adv.)
不在住处吃饭; (把某人)寄在别处膳宿 (cause to) receive food and lodgings away from home
Jim boards out.
Mr. Smith has a bedroom in our house but boards out.
board sb ? out
She boarded out her children with a neighbour.
board up (v.+adv.)
用木板封住,用板隔断 put boards over the door or windows
board sth ? up
Board the door up.
He boards up his doors and windows before leaving on a holiday.
When the shop closes, the shopkeeper boards up the windows.
The windows are boarded up to prevent the thieves from breaking in.
board with (v.+prep.)
寄膳; 搭伙 take meals with sb in sb's house
board with sb
He boarded with his aunt.