Definition of room and board
1. A place of lodging with daily meals, usually provided in return for rent or other considerations.
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Room and board as promised when I signed up.
I teach Mr. Lee's children English in exchange for room and board.
Free room and board are provided for all hotel staff.
He'll get... free room and board, cable TV.
Room and board in exchange for some light housekeeping does not make you my mother.
What do they charge for room and board?
25 bucks a week, less 5.00 for room and board.
Affordable room and board for the disabled.
And they give you free room and board for your labor.
Before you were married, the army provided you room and board.