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Some were carrying placards and waving handkerchiefs on sticks. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Their unusual protest was organised after they were banned from bringing in banners and placards. The Sun (2006)He helped me make my own placard to carry on a Gulf war march. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Outside the cathedral a group of people stood in protest, holding placards. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Posters and placards spelled out the nation's gratitude. The Sun (2008)By the end they're in face masks and walking towards lines of riot police holding placards and clubs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)In fact, two women accompanied her, but carrying placards. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But about 100 protesters greeted his arrival on Tuesday with placards calling him a crook. The Sun (2014)He stood in the street holding a placard saying: Work wanted. The Sun (2008)Police managed to put out the flames but failed to stop protesters from burning placards with slogans criticising the North's nuclear programme. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A placard placed near the motorway read: 'Cameron. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'placard'
British English: placard NOUN
A placard is a large notice that is carried in a march or displayed in a public place.
The protesters sang songs and waved placards.
Definition of placard from the Collins English Dictionary
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