Recent Examples of running board from the Web
Charter schools are accountable to publicly run boards and cannot select their student body except by random lottery.
This version of the Colorado had running boards on the side, making it very easy to get in and out.
One unlucky sod, presumably with a few drinks in him for fortitude, was tasked with standing on the car’s running board, making sure the driver didn’t dump them into the river on the 25-mile drive back up to Sacramento.
The vehicles began doubling as family transportation for farmers, and Chevy responded with niceties such as windows, doors fenders and running boards on its second-generation pickup.
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RUNNING BOARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of running board for English Language Learners
: a long, narrow board that is attached to the side of a vehicle to make it easier for people to get in and out
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