Entry from British & World English dictionary
A board covered with cork and fixed to a wall so that messages and pictures can be pinned on to it for display.
- A pinboard on the wall of his grandparents' kitchen proudly displays his drawings of army vehicles and a US flag.
- The Breightmet primary school has been undergoing a revamp and when the caretaker took down a pinboard from a wall he discovered the signatures of the men who built the school back in 1951.
- I was struck by the similarity of displays on many of their office pinboards.
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