Noun(1) the right side of a ship or aircraft to someone who is aboard and facing the bow or nose
Verb(1) turn to the right, of helms or rudders
Adjective(1) located on the right side of a ship or aircraft
(1) Swimming up the stern will bring you onto the starboard side of the ship.(2) I made a steep turn to starboard(3) A single point for pressure refueling is installed on the starboard side of the fuselage.(4) The wreck lies on its starboard side, with the port railing uppermost at about 23m.(5) Because I was sitting on the starboard side, my body weight only added to the mix.(6) The dinette is along the starboard side and also converts to a berth.(7) The excitement and thrill of this spectacular display of air power drew most of the crew to the starboard side.(8) the starboard wing(9) The bow rested on its starboard side, the port anchor still in place on the steel hull.(10) Hornblower stood on the starboard side aft, extending his glass to view the dot on the distant horizon.(11) In attempting to close the bomb bay doors, the starboard side was found to be jammed.(12) The crewman on the starboard side had gotten clear when he noticed the aircraft moving.(13) a red light is always a signal not to starboard the helm(14) He then entered the hull, which was still sitting on its starboard side.(15) Two starboard lifts carry the aircraft from the hangar to the flight deck.(16) It shows the ship lying forlornly on her starboard side, almost completely capsized.