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English definition of “bulletin board”

bulletin board

noun [C]
 
 
WORKPLACE →  noticeboard: A bulletin board in the lobby is packed with notices of things for sale.
(also message board) INTERNET a place on a computer system where users share public messages and general information: Its website has a bulletin board where companies can advertise for staff. electronic/internet/online bulletin boards
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