drainboard

[dreyn-bawrd, -bohrd]
noun
a working surface beside or on a kitchen sink, formed and inclined to drain into the sink.

Origin:
1900–05, Americanism; drain + board

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Example sentences
All washed, rinsed and sanitized items should be placed on a clean drainboard to air dry.
Utensil washing facilities consisting of a plumbed three compartment sink with drainboard area is required for all mobile units.
If a disposal is desired, it shall be located in the drainboard or a fourth sink is to be provided.
Thus sterilized for two minutes, the tin dishes were stacked on edge on the drainboard and left to dry by themselves.
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