in·board / ˈinˌbôrd/ • adv. & adj. within a ship, aircraft, or vehicle: [as adv.] the spray was coming inboard now | [as adj.] the uncovered inboard engine. ∎ toward the center of a ship, aircraft, or vehicle: [as adv.] move the clew inboard along the boom | [as adj.] the inboard ailerons on the wings were dead. • n. a boat's engine housed inside its hull. ∎ a boat with such an engine.
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