floorboard

[flawr-bawrd, flohr-bohrd]
noun
1.
any of the boards composing a floor.
2.
the floor of an automotive vehicle.
verb (used with object)
3.
floor ( def 19 ).

Origin:
1880–85; floor + board

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floorboard (ˈflɔːˌbɔːd)
 
n
one of the boards forming a floor

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Example sentences
He switched the heater vents to the floorboard to thaw his feet, then watched
  the large people come and go at the burger place.
It's mounted under the floorboard and runs the length of the floor pan.
The officers also found a razor blade on the rear driver's side floorboard
  which tested positive for cocaine.
The padded floorboard forms a carrying case for the playpen.
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