the right-hand side of or direction from a vessel or aircraft, facing forward.
of or pertaining or located to the starboard.
toward the right side.
verb (used with or without object)
to turn (the helm) to starboard.
the right side of an aeroplane or vessel when facing the nose or bow Compare port2
relating to or on the starboard
to turn or be turned towards the starboard
noun 1. a pattern of lines or rays radiating from a central point. 2. Astronomy. an intense and sudden episode of star formation in a galaxy. 3. Photography. a camera lens attachment that produces star shapes of reflected light. noun 1. a pattern of rays or lines radiating from a light source 2. (photog) a […]
noun 1. an archaeological site in Yorkshire, England, that was the lakeside camp of a Neolithic hunting, fishing, and gathering culture, 9000–7000 b.c.
noun 1. a white, tasteless, solid carbohydrate, (C 6 H 1 0 O 5) n , occurring in the form of minute granules in the seeds, tubers, and other parts of plants, and forming an important constituent of rice, corn, wheat, beans, potatoes, and many other vegetable foods. 2. a commercial preparation of this substance […]
noun 1. a former court of inquisitorial and criminal jurisdiction in England that sat without a jury and that became noted for its arbitrary methods and severe punishments, abolished 1641. 2. any tribunal, committee, or the like, which proceeds by arbitrary or unfair methods. Star Chamber noun 1. (English history) the Privy Council sitting as […]