A broad piece of sawed timber, differing from a board only in being thicker. See Board.
Fig.: That which supports or upholds, as a board does a swimmer.
To cover or lay with planks; as, to plank a floor or a ship.
Plank flooring has a face width of 3” or wider.
Wood flooring boards 3â€ and wider designed to be installed in parallel rows. In random width plank, the boards vary in width from 3â€ to 8â€.
A 2 by 4, 2 by 6, 2 by 8, 3 by 6, or wider board or timber. In wetland construction, planks are usually used as a walking surface or tread.
A plank is the unit between a strip and a long strip. It can be as long as a long strip, but somewhat wider. It's often smaller than a long strip.
a stout length of sawn timber; made in a wide variety of sizes and used for many purposes
A tile approximately five or six times longer than wide.
Any wood flooring board 3" wide or wider.
A lying pose. Lie straight upside down. Bend elbows and place your palms on the floor at either side of your chest. Raise your body weight off the floor by pushing up with your palms and toes.
Lumber 2" thick or more and more than 4" wide, such as joists, flooring, and the like.
Boards that lay across stringers in a deck.
Solid or Engineered/Laminated boards 3" and wider designed to be installed in parallel rows. Edges may be beveled to simulate the appearance of Colonial American plank floors.
Solid boards, usually 3/4" thick and 3" to 8" wide designed to be installed in parallel rows. Edges may be beveled to simulate the appearance of Colonial American plank floors.
Boards widths that are 3" in width or greater.
long, flat, wood member 2-4 inches (5.1-10.2 cm) thick and 6 inches (15.2 cm) or more wide.
A long, thick length of wood at least 1 1/2" thick and 6" wide. Very often planks are much larger.