board with

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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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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.
See also: board
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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At one time she would come on board with a jar of pickles for the steward's pantry; another time with a bunch of quills for the chief mate's desk, where he kept his log; a third time with a roll of flannel for the small of some one's rheumatic back.
A gang of people from some tip-top West-End house were fussing here on board with hangings and furniture for a fortnight, as if the Queen were coming with us.
Bank also has provided the Board with information necessary to assess the application through submissions that address the relevant issues.
* A CPA SHOULD BE WARY of serving on a board with members who are inattentive to operations, don't attend meetings or exercise their fiduciary duties without reasonable care.
- "A family-dominated board with too little independent directors input."
The National Assembly of Quebec and the Legislature of Newfoundland had voted to consolidate boards by merging on the basis of common language of instruction, rather than merging a denominational school board with a neighbouring board of the same denomination.
1087 call for the establishment of a nine-member board with all but one of the members (the Secretary or Deputy Secretary of the Treasury) coming from the private sector,(2) whereas the Administration's board would consist of at least 20 Executive Branch employees.
Bowditch quoted Donnelly as saying, "you do not approve that I allow myself to be chosen chairman of this board with the intention of permitting nothing to be done by it on the pollution of streams."(32)
"It's not impossible, but it's less likely that you'll be in the same country club with these people than serving on a civic board with them."
Or, a board with the goal of establishing fair and uniform discipline procedures might initiate independent investigations, subpoena witnesses, and conduct hearings(3) or recommend or mete out punishment.
And Stanford is an example of a board with relatively stringent requirements for its members, including a limit on the number of boards they can sit on.
"It has been necessary to develop some comfort in working together as a new Board with new responsibilities, rather than as members of the Board of the College or the Academy or as members of the exam committee," Dr.
This denies shareholders the right to replace the board with new directors empowered to redeem the poison pill.