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whiteboard

noun [C] uk   /ˈwaɪt.bɔːd/ us    /-bɔːrd/
a board with a smooth, white surface, often attached to a wall, on which you can write and draw using special pens a piece of electronic equipment in the shape of a flat, white board connected to a computer that you can write on using a special pen that also controls the computer: an interactive whiteboard
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