Associations to the word «Boarding»
BOARDING, verb. Present participle of board
BOARDING, noun. The act of people getting aboard a ship or aircraft; embarkation
BOARDING, noun. The act of a sailor or boarding party attacking an enemy ship
BOARDING, noun. A structure made of boards
BOARDING, noun. Riding a skateboard
BOARDING, noun. (ice hockey) a penalty called for pushing into the boards
BOARDING HOUSE, noun. A private house in which paying residents are provided with accommodation and meals.
BOARDING HOUSE, noun. A boarding school building where boarders live during term time.
BOARDING HOUSES, noun. Plural of boarding house
BOARDING PARTIES, noun. Plural of boarding party
BOARDING PARTY, noun. (nautical) The group of sailors who were selected to board an enemy ship and, when in control, to make such repairs to rigging and sail that the ship could be taken to port as a prize
BOARDING PASS, noun. A document or card, similar to a ticket, needed in order to board an airplane or other mode of transport.
BOARDING SCHOOL, noun. A school which provides board and lodging as well as tuition, students going home at weekends or between terms
BOARDING SCHOOLS, noun. Plural of boarding school
BOARDING UP, verb. Present participle of board up
BOARDING, noun. The act of passengers and crew getting aboard a ship or aircraft.
BOARDING, noun. A structure of boards.
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