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1. A board on which bread is sliced or dough is kneaded.
2. An experimental model, especially of an electric circuit; a prototype.
3. A thin, blank, often white board on which a prototype circuit with numerous connections for circuit elements is constructed.
tr.v. bread·board·ed, bread·board·ing, bread·boards
To construct an experimental model of (an electric circuit, for example).
1. (Cookery) a wooden board on which dough is kneaded or bread is sliced
2. (Electrical Engineering) an experimental arrangement of electronic circuits giving access to components so that modifications can be carried out easily
1. a board on which dough is kneaded or bread is sliced.
2. a circuit board on which electronic components can be easily rearranged or replaced for preliminary design or testing.
A board ranging in size from about 15?20 inches to about 20?30 inches. It was usually stored like a drawer in the kitchen cabinet and was used as a small table on which to knead bread and roll out pie dough.