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floorboard
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Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 a long flat piece of wood in a wooden floor: bare / polished floorboards + The money was hidden under the floorboards.
2 [usually sing.] (AmE) = FLOOR (2): a car floorboard + He had his foot to the floorboard (= was going very fast).
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

wooden | bare | polished | loose | creaking, squeaky

VERB + FLOORBOARD

lay
The builders are still laying the floorboards.
| lift (up)
Lift some loose floorboards to get at the pipes.

FLOORBOARD + VERB

creak
The wooden floorboards creaked as he walked down the corridor.

PREP.

beneath/under/underneath the ~
They said that he kept his money under the floorboards.

PHRASES

a gap between/in the floorboards
She could hear voices through the gaps in the floorboards.



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