inboard

[in-bawrd, -bohrd]
adjective
1.
located nearer the longitudinal axis or center, as of an airplane: the inboard section of a wing.
2.
located inside a hull or aircraft: a motorboat with an inboard engine.
3.
(of a motorboat) having the motor inboard.
adverb
4.
inside or toward the longitudinal axis or center of a hull, aircraft, machine, etc. Compare outboard ( def 4 ).
noun
5.
an inboard motor.
6.
a boat equipped with an inboard motor.

Origin:
1840–50; orig. phrase in board

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inboard (ˈɪnˌbɔːd)
 
adj
1.  Compare outboard (esp of a boat's motor or engine) situated within the hull
2.  situated between the wing tip of an aircraft and its fuselage: an inboard engine
 
adv
3.  towards the centre line of or within a vessel, aircraft, etc

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Example sentences
For power, of course, a standard inboard may not do.
The tailgate still sports mysterious indentations inboard of the fender-mounted
  taillights.
It has large, four-wheel disc brakes and the rears are inboard, mounted on the
  differential case.
It had a big inboard that growled at idle speed, issuing a challenge.
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