cardboard used for making cartons.
a tough paperboard made from wood and wastepaper pulp: used for making boxes, etc
a rod-shaped bolt of rectangular section for fastening a door or the like, attached to the inside of the door at the edge and sliding into a socket on the frame.
a clerk who packs groceries into cartons, especially at a supermarket, as for delivery or carrying out to a customer’s car.
a chrome-tanned calfskin with square markings produced by graining. noun black calfskin leather, tanned with chromium salts, having a pattern of fine creases formed by boarding
a simple, boxlike camera, without bellows, sometimes allowing for adjustment of lens opening but usually not of shutter speed. noun a simple box-shaped camera having an elementary lens, shutter, and viewfinder