(plural paddle boards)
- Large fat board used for surf life saving. Propelled by the rider using their arms, either lying face down or sitting up on their knees. The board usually has straps positioned along the sides to hold onto.
- 1997: you'd probably grab a paddle board and paddle out and grab them, instead of swimming out "” Simone Cotter on ABC Radio National, Surf Lifesaving, 17 October 1997
paddle board - Computer Definition
A printed circuit board that is used to adapt one device to another. Containing only a few electronic components, a paddle board typically has an edge connector for plugging into a slot. The name came from an early personal computer game card that added paddle board capabilities to the machine. See game paddle.