English version

baseboard

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Household
baseboardbase‧board /ˈbeɪsbɔːd $ -bɔːrd/ noun [countable]  American EnglishTBBDH a narrow board fixed to the bottom of indoor walls where they meet the floor syn skirting board British English
Examples from the Corpus
baseboardThen scrub dusty baseboards and webby corners of the room before you put anything back.A generator powers their electricity, and they have no furnace to replace because they heat with electric baseboards.The company also makes baseboards and transition thresholds to match all of their designs.Keep a simple, light background and paint skirting or baseboards and mouldings in a contrasting shade.It was coming in from all sides, along the baseboards, rising faster than he would have thought possible.You could paint two or three bands of different colours in different widths, starting from the baseboard or skirting.Both systems work on having a series of wire grids embedded in the baseboard of the tablet.Both the magnetic and capacitive systems work on having a series of wire grids embedded in the baseboard of the tablet.
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