[out-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈaʊtˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/
located on the exterior of a hull or aircraft.
located farther from the center, as of an aircraft:
the outboard end of a wing.
(of a motorboat) having an .
outside or away from the center of a hull, aircraft, machine, etc.:
The sail swung outboard.
a boat equipped with an .
(of a boat’s engine) portable, with its own propeller, and designed to be attached externally to the stern Compare inboard (sense 1)
in a position away from, or further away from, the centre line of a vessel or aircraft, esp outside the hull or fuselage
away from the centre line of a vessel or aircraft, esp outside the hull or fuselage
an outboard motor
a boat fitted with an outboard motor
“situated on the outside of a ship,” 1823, from out + board (n.2). In reference to motors, from 1909.
noun 1. a portable gasoline engine with propeller and tiller, clamped on the stern of a boat.
noun, Naval Architecture. 1. an exterior side elevation of a vessel, showing all deck structures, rigging, fittings, etc.
[out-bond] /ˈaʊtˌbɒnd/ adjective, Masonry. 1. composed mainly or entirely of stretchers (opposed to ).
[out-bound] /ˈaʊtˈbaʊnd/ adjective 1. outward bound: an outbound freighter. /ˈaʊtˌbaʊnd/ adjective 1. going out; outward bound