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whiteboard

[ hwahyt-bawrd, ‐bohrd, wahyt‐ ]
/ ˈʰwaɪtˌbɔrd, ‐ˌboʊrd, ˈwaɪt‐ /
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noun
a smooth, glossy sheet of white plastic that can be written on with a colored pen or marker in the manner of a blackboard.
Computers.Also called interactive whiteboard . an interactive display screen that is connected to a computer and allows for viewing, input, and collaboration by multiple users: A whiteboard can enhance classroom instruction.
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Origin of whiteboard

First recorded in 1980–85
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British Dictionary definitions for whiteboard

whiteboard
/ (ˈwaɪtˌbɔːd) /

noun
a shiny white surface that can be wiped clean after being used for writing or drawing on, used esp in teaching
a large screen used to project computer images to a group of people
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