Definition of pinboard in English:

pinboard

noun

  • A board covered with cork and fixed to a wall so that messages and pictures can be pinned on to it for display.

    • ‘A pinboard on the wall of his grandparents' kitchen proudly displays his drawings of army vehicles and a US flag.’
    • ‘We also make pinboards, laundry bags and screens.’
    • ‘They curl away from the drawing pins on the pinboard.’
    • ‘The kitchen now has a smoke blanket, the study has a pinboard, clock and smoke alarm, and the window handle in the bathroom is no longer falling out of the frame.’
    • ‘Another colleague kept a list on her pinboard which read: ‘Learn Spanish.’’
    • ‘It's back, therefore, to doing some odd jobs such as emailing people, tidying my pinboard and creating the bibliography for my thesis.’
    • ‘The Breightmet primary school has been undergoing a revamp and when the caretaker took down a pinboard from a wall he discovered the signatures of the men who built the school back in 1951.’
    • ‘I was struck by the similarity of displays on many of their office pinboards.’
    • ‘I posted a couple of days ago that Amy thought my room was too masculine, and had attempted to feminise it by pinning a coloured bag to my pinboard.’

Pronunciation:

pinboard

/ˈpɪŋbɔːd/