Whiteboard meaning

wīt,'bôrd', hwīt'-
A panel covered with white, glossy plastic for writing on with erasable markers.
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A smooth, glossy white surface of plastic, porcelain, or enamel, on which to write with erasable markers.
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(1) An alternative to a blackboard for presentations that uses a white drawing area and ink pens instead of chalk. The glossy surface of the whiteboard allows it to be erased.
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A large vertical writing area, finished with a hard white material, which can be written upon using special markers and subsequently erased.
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Origin of whiteboard

  • white (black)board
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From white + board, modelled on blackboard.
    From Wiktionary