Meaning of sideboard in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsʌɪdbɔːd/

Translate sideboard into Spanish


  • 1A flat-topped piece of furniture with cupboards and drawers, used for storing crockery, glasses, and table linen.

    ‘In the end, the right wall only displayed an antique sideboard, the china cupboard, a quaint old rocking chair Brianna couldn't bear to part with and a bookshelf.’
    • ‘Stock includes dining tables, chairs, sideboards, credenzas, chests of drawers, lighting and accessories.’
    • ‘As Washington and his new wife chose ceramics and glass to set a fashionable table, they also ordered new chairs, tables, sideboards, and other furniture, along with cloth for bed hangings and curtains.’
    • ‘Reaching for a glass from the sideboard near his bookcase, he poured himself a whiskey.’
    • ‘The shop carries a range of vintage and first edition pieces including lights, chairs, tables, desks, sideboards and accessories.’
    • ‘The living room as an everyday room with a sideboard, coffee table, two chairs, and a sofa became standard in European homes.’
    • ‘Only having a Saturday to look for the bed, sofa, television, sideboard, desk, curtains, lamps, rugs and tables that we needed proved frustratingly restrictive.’
    • ‘Recycled bureaus, sideboards, or wardrobes can create an Old World look.’
    • ‘Cabinets or sideboards with height lower than your study desk and dining table instantly makes your room look so much bigger and neater.’
    • ‘From a drawer in the oak sideboard he fetched another crucifix on a heavy chain and a pair of thick bracelets.’
    • ‘The grade-A listed building is filled with Georgian furniture, including a mahogany dining table, a rosewood sideboard, a Chippendale mirror, four Chippendale chairs covered in red damask and two Hepplewhite armchairs.’
    • ‘Traditionally the Bretons have been skilled woodworkers, known for their chests, sideboards, dressers, wardrobes, and clock cases.’
    • ‘On the sideboard are English drinking glasses and a Pittsburgh cut-glass decanter of about 1830 that descended in the wife's family.’
    • ‘Ian slides a glass across the mahogany sideboard for Lindsay.’
    • ‘Danielle puts the glass down on the sideboard and walks over to him.’
    • ‘Alvin placed the tray squarely on the sideboard and turned three glasses upright.’
    • ‘A pot of Russian tea, her customary holiday beverage, simmers on the stove; plates of iced sugar cookies wait to be carried to sideboards and coffee tables.’
    • ‘Jamie placed the last picture on the sideboard next to his desk and settled back into the chair.’
    • ‘Now that couch, the sideboard where Grandpa kept Irish whiskey, the china cabinet where Grandma kept the good china and silver, are all downstairs in my living and dining room.’
    • ‘Unquestionably, the finest piece of furniture in Temple Heights is the sideboard in the dining room.’
    cabinet, cupboard, chiffonier, bureau, sideboard
  • 2usually sideboardsBritish A sideburn.

    • ‘bushy sideboards and a moustache’
    facial hair, whiskers, stubble, designer stubble, five o'clock shadow, bristles
  • 3A board forming the side, or a part of the side, of a structure, especially a removable board at the side of a cart or lorry.