Inboard meaning

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Within the hull or toward the center of a vessel.
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Relatively close to the fuselage of an aircraft.

The inboard engines.

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A motor attached to the inside of the hull of a boat.
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Inside the hull or bulwarks of, or toward the center of, a ship or boat.
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Close or closer to the fuselage or hull of an aircraft.
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Toward the inside.
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A boat with the motor mounted inboard.
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Built in. Inboard devices are built into the main unit. Contrast with outboard. See onboard.
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(nautical) Within a ship.
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Nearer the hull (as opposed to outboard)
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An engine located within the hull of a ship.
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A boat with such an engine.
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To discount a product in order to increase sales.
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