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storyboard

[ stawr-ee-bawrd, stohr-ee-bohrd ]
/ ˈstɔr iˌbɔrd, ˈstoʊr iˌboʊrd /
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noun
a panel or panels on which a sequence of sketches depict the significant changes of action and scene in a planned film, as for a movie, television show, or advertisement.
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Origin of storyboard

Probably earlier than 1945–50; story1 + board
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British Dictionary definitions for storyboard

storyboard
/ (ˈstɔːrɪˌbɔːd) /

noun
(in films, television, advertising, etc) a series of sketches or photographs showing the sequence of shots or images planned for a film
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