Definition of 'boarder'
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It can also be used to repel boarders. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She argues that many former boarders suffer from intimacy problems and hidden trauma. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was sent to the back of the vessel to repel boarders. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They will help you contact and connect with other solo skiers and boarders. The Sun (2010)Their legs ache less on the second day and their awareness of the skiers and boarders around them is sharper. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Weekends can be tough for overseas pupils, weekly boarders disappear. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The pair thereafter repelled all boarders, including some they had invited on board. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We've become a kind of fantasy land for advanced skiers and boarders. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Suddenly, skiers and boarders are aching for the snow. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most of the avalanches have been triggered by skiers and boarders, say officials. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Expect to pay about 200 for a group of up to four skiers or boarders. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Some use high-pressure hoses to repel boarders or have built safe rooms where they can lock themselves until a warship arrives. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Get ready to repel boarders. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In seeking to repel the boarders the French grandmaster permits White a beautiful tactical finish. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The school told boarders and pupils from overseas to make alternative arrangements, either by extending their stay with family and friends or by flying home. Times, Sunday Times (2009)About 13 per cent of independent pupils are boarders at one of 700 boarding schools. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Three out of four British skiers and boarders wear helmets, more than any other nation. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Used Occasionally. boarder is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'boarder'
British English: boarder /ˈbɔːdə/ NOUN
A boarder is a pupil who lives at school during the term.
- American English: boarder
- Arabic: تَلْمِيذ دَاخِلِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: aluno interno
- Chinese: 寄宿生
- Croatian: učenik u internatu
- Czech: internátní žák
- Danish: kostskoleelev
- Dutch: kostganger
- European Spanish: interno inquilino
- Finnish: sisäoppilaitoksen oppilas
- French: pensionnaire
- German: Internatsschüler
- Greek: οικότροφος
- Italian: pensionante
- Japanese: 寄宿生
- Korean: 기숙생
- Norwegian: pensjonatgjest
- Polish: (stołujący się) lokator
- European Portuguese: aluno interno
- Romanian: elev intern
- Russian: пансионер
- Spanish: huésped
- Swedish: inackordering
- Thai: เด็กประจำ
- Turkish: yatılı
- Ukrainian: вихованець інтернату
- Vietnamese: học sinh nội trú
Definition of boarder from the Collins English Dictionary
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