Synonyms of board in English:

board


See definition of board

noun

1‘a wooden board’

SYNONYMS

plank, beam, panel, slat, batten, timber, length of timber, piece of wood, lath

2‘the board of directors’

SYNONYMS

committee, council, panel, directorate, commission, group, delegation, delegates, trustees, panel of trustees, convocation

British quango

3‘your room and board will be free’

SYNONYMS

food, meals, daily meals, provisions, sustenance, nourishment, fare, diet, menu, table, bread, daily bread, foodstuffs, refreshments, edibles

keep, maintenance, upkeep

Scottish vivas

informal grub, nosh, eats, chow, scoff

formal comestibles, provender

archaic vittles, commons, victuals, viands, aliment


verb

1‘he had boarded the aircraft’

SYNONYMS

get on, enter, go on board, go aboard, step aboard, climb on, mount, ascend, embark

catch

informal hop on, jump on

formal emplane, entrain, embus

ANTONYMS

alight, get off

2‘a number of his students boarded with him and his wife’

SYNONYMS

lodge, live, reside, have rooms, be quartered, be housed, be settled, have one's home

North American room

informal put up, have digs

3‘the old system of boarding young trainees on the farm has virtually disappeared’

SYNONYMS

accommodate, lodge, take in, put up, house, billet, quarter, harbour, provide shelter for, shelter, give a bed to, give someone a roof over their head, make room for, give accommodation to, receive

keep, feed, cater for, cook for


Phrases

    board something up/over

      ‘both its windows had been boarded up’

      SYNONYMS

      cover over, cover up, close up, shut up, seal