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Meaning of “noticeboard” - Learner’s Dictionary

noticeboard

noun [C]
 
/ˈnəʊtɪsbɔːd/ UK ( US bulletin board)
B1 a board on a wall where you put advertisements and announcements: I saw the ad on the noticeboard. Information and messagesOffice equipmentCommunicating by telephonePaper and stationery
an area on a website where messages containing information for other users can be left: online noticeboardsInternet terminology and abbreviationsInformation and messages
Translations of “noticeboard”
in Korean 게시판…
in Arabic لَوْحة الإعْلانات…
in Portuguese quadro de avisos…
in Catalan tauler d’anuncis…
in Japanese 掲示板…
in Italian bacheca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 佈告板,佈告欄…
in Russian доска объявлений…
in Turkish ilan tahtası, duyuru panosu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 布告板,布告栏…
in Polish tablica ogłoszeń…
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