Definition of noticeboard in English:

noticeboard

noun

British
  • A board for displaying notices.

    ‘the term's list of lectures has been put on the noticeboard’
    ‘an electronic noticeboard’
    • ‘In this way we will be able to keep the noticeboard fresh and of interest to passers-by.’
    • ‘Stern messages from her about smoking and other unacceptable behaviour are prominently displayed on the noticeboard.’
    • ‘Stone slabs surrounding the churchyard were knocked over and iron railings and the church noticeboard flattened after a green Rover car which was being followed by police went out of control.’
    • ‘Hostilities have broken out on a noticeboard at work.’
    • ‘Calne Town Council has worked hard to promote Broadband with posters on the town's noticeboards telling people how they can register their interest.’
    • ‘Today individual areas have their own beat officers, often identified by posters on local noticeboards, but people don't necessarily know where to find them.’
    • ‘We have a newsletter, a noticeboard and a website and copies of the minutes are always available.’
    • ‘The poems will be billboards, posters, noticeboards and leaflets around the region as well as being available on the internet.’
    • ‘The bulk of the work inside is done now, with all the carpets down, and they were even starting to put up the noticeboards.’
    • ‘Today thousands of students across North Wiltshire will open letters and scour noticeboards for the exam results which will change their lives.’
    • ‘I suggest placing a large noticeboard at the gate, the responsibility of a specific employee, showing the current status for various materials and, if unavailable, when next expected.’
    • ‘Details of new clubs now being set up in Temple Hill can be found on noticeboards in the square.’
    • ‘Scribbled notes are left on whiteboards, postcards remain pinned to noticeboards and discarded paperwork adorns desks.’
    • ‘Ideas for the garden include an area for disabled people, a wildlife section with informative noticeboards, a raised pergola as a central feature and various gardens filled with conifers, alpine plants and wildflowers.’
    • ‘Photo albums, noticeboards and the like will be added as and when we get time, so please keep visiting regularly, and wish us luck!’
    • ‘The relevant bus numbers and times are on noticeboards, and cycle racks and showers are provided.’
    • ‘And during the war they took down all the village noticeboards just in case the Germans invaded and were able to plan their moves around the country quickly using local bus services.’
    • ‘In keeping with tradition, each candidate must display his or her manifesto on a noticeboard so that it is open to question before it is distributed.’
    • ‘Information will have to be displayed on local community noticeboards, in libraries and published in relevant ward newsletters.’
    • ‘Another initiative already under way is regular staff newsletters and new staff noticeboards.’
    pinboard, cork board
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Pronunciation

noticeboard

/ˈnəʊtɪsbɔːd/