board with (someone)

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board with (someone)

To live with someone in a place other than one's home temporarily. My son will board with my parents while I travel for work.
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board with someone

to live with someone temporarily, usually while paying to do so. I will board with my aunt when I go to school in Adamsville. I do not wish to board with relatives.
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Crenshaw (10-3) got on the board with one second left in the second quarter when Marquis Curtis connected with Darian Hagan Jr.
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It will be governed by a five-member board with one representative each from Los Angeles, Pasadena, South Pasadena, the MTA and San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments.