English version

room and board

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroom and boardˌroom and ˈboard noun [uncountable]  STAY WITH SB, IN A HOTEL ETCa room to sleep in, with food provided You’ll receive free room and board with the job.
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room and boardRoom and board at school costs $450 a month.A Solution: The Job Corps provides room and board to disadvantaged young adults while they complete their studies and learn trades.Those who live in normally receive room and board plus a wage - often well below the legal minimum.While this was in addition to room and board, the amount itself was very small.
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