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(Definition of message board from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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message boardnoun [C]

uk   us   COMMUNICATIONS
WORKPLACE →  noticeboard : Officenotices will be pinned on the ​messageboard at the ​entrance to the ​department.
IT, INTERNET a ​place on a ​website where you can ​leavemessages for other ​people to read: There are ​links to other useful ​sites, a ​messageboard, and a ​chatfacility. If this is your first visit to the ​messageboard, be sure to ​check out the ​FAQ by ​clicking on the ​link above.
(Definition of message board from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “message board”
in Chinese (Simplified) (网站上的)留言板…
in Turkish (bilgisayar) sitede ileti bırakılabilecek yer/kutucuk…
in Russian доска объявлений…
in Chinese (Traditional) (網站上的)留言板…
in Polish forum…
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