Definition of video board in English:

video board

noun

  • A large video display used as a scoreboard or billboard.

    ‘a jumbo video board with high-definition clarity’
    • ‘He looked up at the video board above center court with a somber expression.’
    • ‘Some of the evening's most enthusiastic applause came in response to overhead video-board replays of his valiant and athletic effort.’
    • ‘A huge high-definition video board in center field shows graphics and replays.’
    • ‘He got booed in pregame introductions, booed when his picture was put up on the video board, and booed again when came to bat in the first inning.’
    • ‘A picture of a shiny trophy rotated on a video board overhead.’
    • ‘He was introduced as "a very special guest" during a timeout and the video board showed highlights of his career.’
    • ‘Their views were blocked by a video board in right field.’
    • ‘When the goalie was shown on the video board seconds later, the entire crowd rose to their feet and remained standing for the remainder of the game, chanting his name.’
    • ‘The new backup quarterback was shown on the giant video board.’
    • ‘For this season, new and bigger video boards will be installed at a cost of $10 million.’