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full board in Tourism topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfull boardˌfull ˈboard noun [uncountable]  DLTa hotel offering full board provides guests with all their mealshalf board A two-night break costs £125 full board.
Examples from the Corpus
full boardThe price includes two game drives and full board accommodation at Voi and Ngulia Lodges.If you book full board you will receive breakfast, lunch and dinner.Cost for a course including full board and lodging is £175.First, however, the full board must give the go-ahead.At present, the full board meets every other month.The full board arrangement is very good value.The full board will take up the matter Monday, and passage is expected.