[ US /ˈaʊtˌbɔɹd/ ]
[ UK /aʊtbˈɔːd/ ]
[ UK /aʊtbˈɔːd/ ]
located away from the midline of a vessel or aircraft
the outboard section of a wing
- a motorboat with an outboard motor
- internal-combustion engine that mounts at stern of small boat
How To Use outboard In A Sentence
- Still can spread stick use at outside wall illuminative is small ceramic tile, but the attention does not change balcony outboard color, lest make local lose harmony with whole building.
- It was a beautiful wooden skiff, with a little outboard motor, perfect for his part-time second occupation of working a few pots to catch crustacea to sell to local pubs and restaurants.
- I agree that they make difficult platforms from which to shoot but they also make impossible precisely and a helo is a darn sight bigger target than an outboard engine. Army Rumour Service
- Fortunately there was a fishing craft with an outboard engine tied to another palm nearby.
- Though not ‘outboard’ like the new F - 150, this change reduces wheel hop on washboard.
- The need for preamps is a good case for having an external mixer, because having a professional sound card with multiple analog inputs, no mixer and a bunch of outboard preamps usually is more costly and less flexible than having a mixer.
- ‘We were like a catamaran with two outboards - one going two knots and the other 20,’ he says.
- The plug-in manufacturers have developed a real fixation on modeling and mimicking discrete gear, including mics, tape, outboard pieces.
- Long-tails, which are wooden constructions powered by huge outboards, whiz you out to one of the large dayboats that take you on to your dive site.
- If you are on a tight budget, consider installing a hydrofoil stabilizer on the lower unit of your outdrive or outboard.