inboard-outboard

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inboard-outboard

[in-bawrd-out-bawrd, in-bohrd-out-bohrd]
adjective
1.
Also, outdrive, stern-drive. (of a motorboat) having an inboard engine connected to a maneuverable outboard drive-shaft unit.
noun Also called outdrive, stern drive.
2.
an inboard-outboard motor.
3.
a boat equipped with such a motor. Abbreviation: I/O
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