whiteboard

[hwahyt-bawrd, ‐bohrd, wahyt]
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.

Origin:
1980–85

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whiteboard (ˈwaɪtˌbɔːd)
 
n
1.  a shiny white surface that can be wiped clean after being used for writing or drawing on, used esp in teaching
2.  a large screen used to project computer images to a group of people

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Example sentences
There's a whiteboard with the schedule of a dozen or so committee meetings that
  day.
On a whiteboard in the hall, someone has scrawled an anxiety meter.
His office was cluttered with textbooks and academic journals, and on one wall
  there was a whiteboard covered with equations.
He jumps out of his seat, grabs a marker and draws a triangle on the whiteboard
  to demonstrate.
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