inboard inboard  /ˈɪn ˌbɔrd/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) located within the hull or nearest the midline of a vessel or aircraft

Usage(s):

  1. Sold by American Supramar, they can be attached to inboard or outboard craft, increase speed by as much as 15 m.
  2. What Miller could not see, because his view was blocked by the inboard engine, was even more chilling.
  3. Sold by American Supramar, they can be attached to inboard or outboard craft, increase speed by as much as 15 m.

News

  • Mosby: Paddling a boat still in style

    Today's average person who thinks of travel on the water automatically thinks of a motor. A boat has an outboard or an inboard engine to get from here to there. Fishermen use little ones, trolling motors, to maneuver at close distances.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: The Log Cabin Democrat

Quotes

  1. "We are much more concerned that from the next race, in China, we'll all have to run the mirrors inboard and our car is losing quite some performance due to that," Vettel said. "But reliability, no problems."
    on Apr 1, 2010 By: Sebastian Vettel Source: Independent

  2. "Wheel-to-body is the relationship of the wheel-tire plane to the sheet metal wheel opening," Mr. Thompson said. "Wheels that are flush to the body are desirable. Wheels that are well inboard of the sheet metal plane are buried. Vehicles with...
    on Mar 30, 2007 By: Bryan Thompson Source: New York Times

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