[mach-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈmætʃˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/
a having a tongue formed on one edge and a groove of the same dimensions cut into the other, used with similar to compose floors, dados, etc.
a long thin board with a tongue along one edge and a corresponding groove along the other, used with similar boards to line walls, ceilings, etc
[mach-bawr-ding, -bohr-] /ˈmætʃˌbɔr dɪŋ, -ˌboʊr-/ noun 1. a construction of . 2. a quantity of .
[mach-boo k] /ˈmætʃˌbʊk/ noun 1. a small cardboard folder into which several rows of paper are stapled or glued. n. also match-book, in reference to a folder holding fire-starting devices, 1913, from match (n.1) + book (n.).
n. fur-skinned mantle worn by Native Americans, 1640s, originally matchco, probably a native word (cf. Ojibwa majigoode “petticoat, woman’s dress”), altered by influence of coat (n.).
[mach-boks] /ˈmætʃˌbɒks/ noun 1. a small , usually of cardboard, for . /ˈmætʃˌbɒks/ noun 1. a small box for holding matches n. also match-box, 1786, from match (n.1) + box (n.).