Definition of splashboard. Meaning of splashboard. Synonyms of splashboard

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Definition of splashboard

splashboard
Dashboard Dash"board` (d[a^]sh"b[=o]rd`), n. 1. A board placed on the fore part of a carriage, sleigh, or other vehicle, to intercept water, mud, or snow, thrown up by the heels of the horses; -- in England commonly called splashboard. 2. (Naut.) (a) The float of a paddle wheel. (b) A screen at the bow af a steam launch to keep off the spray; -- called also sprayboard.

Meaning of splashboard from wikipedia

- prototypes also have differences between each other. One prototype had a splashboard on the glacis plate while the other had a smooth uncluttered glacis plate...
- left-hand-side of turret. T-55T - Modified VT-55A with push bar and splashboard across glacis plate in service with the NVA. T-55T with towing unit on...
- across the logs at 91 cm (3 ft) intervals to give lateral support. Pine splashboards clad the bow, and lengths of pine 25 mm (1 in) thick and 60 cm (2 ft)...
- engine compartment to the right and the 155 mm gun above at the rear. A splashboard is mounted at the front of the hull to stop water from rushing up the...
- Second generation T-44-85 prototype during trials. Notice that this one does not have the splashboard....
- zinc or lead. This is where the bowls or buckets for water were kept. Splashboards were sometimes added to the back wall, as well as shelves and drawers...
- metal ceiling. In one corner of the office, a porcelain wash basin with splashboard is still intact. The windows on the western side of the room are double...
- headwind and horizontal, driving rain, the Cambridge boat, which lacked splashboards, took on water and sank. It was the fifth time a boat had sunk during...
- by Searle and Sons, described as "masterpieces of art", complete with splashboards to reduce the amount of water taken on board. Cambridge made the better...