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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Motor vehicles
dashboarddash‧board /ˈdæʃbɔːd $ -bɔːrd/ noun [countable]  TTCthe part of a car in front of the driver, which has controls on it
Examples from the Corpus
dashboardHow about the thunk of a hot lighter snapping up from a car dashboard?Mattie pressed the automatic device on her dashboard and the garage door eased upwards for the Lincoln to slide smoothly in.The bus driver washed the windows as a classical music tape played from his dashboard.Jaguar sells its leaping kitty hood ornaments mounted on a block made from the walnut that goes into its dashboards.She shot a glance at the beribboned box on the dashboard.Sly hit the various telephonic security switches that had started flashing on the dashboard.Upon the dashboard of a black Cadillac sedan parked in a nearby side-road a green light began to flash furiously.The dashboard remains silver because it was never changed when the car was resprayed white.
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