the governing body of a county in many U.S. states, especially in the Midwest and the East, consisting of from 15 to 100 members elected from towns, townships, cities, or wards.
an association of business people. Board of Trade, (in England) the national ministry that supervises and encourages commerce and industry. noun (US & Canadian) another name for a chamber of commerce noun (in the United Kingdom) a ministry within the Department of Trade: responsible for the supervision of commerce and the promotion of export trade
an appointed or elective board that supervises the affairs of a public or private organization: the board of trustees of the university; the art museum’s board of trustees.
noun a unit of electrical energy equal to 1 kilowatt-hour BTU
a piece of wood sawed thin, and of considerable length and breadth compared with the thickness. a flat slab of wood or other material for some specific purpose: a cutting board. a sheet of wood, cardboard, paper, etc., with or without markings, for some special use, as a checkerboard or chessboard. boards. Theater. the stage: […]