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English definition of “message board”

message board

noun [C]
 
 
COMMUNICATIONS
WORKPLACE →  noticeboard: Office notices will be pinned on the message board at the entrance to the department.
IT, INTERNET a place on a website where you can leave messages for other people to read: There are links to other useful sites, a message board, and a chat facility. If this is your first visit to the message board, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking on the link above. → See also bulletin board
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