Definition of punchboard in English:

punchboard

noun

North american
  • A board with holes containing slips of paper that are punched out as a form of gambling, with the object of locating a winning slip.

    • ‘In the first half of the 20th century, every little store had a punchboard with one of the main prizes being a nickel-plated pocket pistol.’
    • ‘I can remember as a kid little pocket revolvers were often offered as prizes on punchboards.’

Pronunciation:

punchboard

/ˈpən(t)SHˌbôrd/