French translation of 'noticeboard'
noticeboardnotice board [ˈnəʊtɪsbɔːʳd]
(Britain) (for holding announcements) panneau m d’affichage
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Even the school noticeboard was covered in a sheet of pink plastic.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Her photograph was pinned on a noticeboard for residents to leave tributes.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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'noticeboard' in Other Languages
British English: noticeboard /ˈnəutɪsbɔːd/ NOUN
A noticeboard is a board which is usually attached to a wall in order to display notices giving information about something.
She added her name to the list on the noticeboard.
- American English: bulletin board
- Arabic: لَوْحَةُ الْـمُلَاحَظَاتِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: quadro de avisos
- Chinese: 布告牌
- Croatian: oglasna ploča
- Czech: nástěnka
- Danish: opslagstavle
- Dutch: mededelingenbord
- European Spanish: tablón de anuncios IngBrit
- Finnish: ilmoitustaulu
- French: tableau d’affichage
- German: Anschlagbrett
- Greek: πίνακας ανακοινώσεων
- Italian: tabellone
- Japanese: 掲示板
- Korean: 게시판
- Norwegian: oppslagstavle
- Polish: tablica ogłoszeń
- European Portuguese: quadro de avisos
- Romanian: avizier
- Russian: доска объявлений
- Spanish: tablero de anuncios
- Swedish: anslagstavla
- Thai: กระดานปิดประกาศ
- Turkish: ilan tahtası
- Ukrainian: дошка оголошень
- Vietnamese: bảng thông báo
Translation of noticeboard from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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