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whiteboardnoun [C]

uk   /ˈwaɪt.bɔːd/  us   /-bɔːrd/
a ​board with a ​smooth, ​whitesurface, often ​attached to a ​wall, on which you can write and ​draw using ​specialpens a ​piece of ​electronicequipment in the ​shape of a ​flat, ​whiteboardconnected to a ​computer that you can write on using a ​specialpen that also ​controls the ​computer: an interactive whiteboard
(Definition of whiteboard from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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whiteboardnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈwaɪtbɔːd/ WORKPLACE, MEETINGS
a ​board with a ​smooth, white surface, often ​fixed to a ​wall, on which you can write and ​draw using ​special pens: At the ​front door is a whiteboard ​marking the day's ​events.
IT a ​piece of ​electronicequipment in the ​shape of a ​flat, white ​board which is ​connected to a ​computer and which you can write on using a ​special pen that also ​controls the ​computer: an electronic/​interactive whiteboard
(Definition of whiteboard from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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