- one of the boards forming a floor
Translations for 'floorboard'
- British English: floorboard Floorboards are the long pieces of wood that a wooden floor is made up of. NOUN
- Brazilian Portuguese: tábua de assoalho
- Chinese: 地板板材
- European Spanish: tabla
- French: planchedu plancher
- German: Diele
- Italian: tabellone di legno
- Japanese: 床板
- Korean: 마루장
- Portuguese: tábua de assoalho
- Spanish: tabla
Example Sentences Including 'floorboard'
" Spread over every single floorboard were black bin liners with layers of newspapers on top.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
A floorboard creaked above their heads without concerning either man.
THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
Although at least half a dozen of them play guitars, the sound they collectively make is roughly equal to one gently creaking floorboard.
NME (New Musical Express) (2002)
He only knew of the presence of a second person from the sound of a creaking floorboard in another room.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2004)
I want a floorboard finish on the ground floor of our Victorian house.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Just before Christmas of 1952, he killed her as she was lying in bed and put her under that convenient loose floorboard.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
My turn,' she said, tapping a fingernail on the floorboard.
INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
She took a step back to move out of his line of sight, but trod on a loose floorboard.
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