English version

clipboard in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclipboardclip‧board /ˈklɪpbɔːd $ -bɔːrd/ noun [countable]  1 Da small flat board with a clip on top that holds paper so that you can write on it2 a part of a computer’s memory that stores information when you are moving it from one document to another
Examples from the Corpus
clipboardBut now the sergeant had a clipboard, and he needed information for it.The court was packed throughout the day-long hearing, and Sonia Sutcliffe sat alongside her solicitor carefully taking notes on a clipboard.Paperwork spreads over every desk and countertop, covers every clipboard, fills dozens of manila folders.Jody looks at the stats on her clipboard.They were handing people copies of a petition on clipboards, and the people were laughing and signing them.A few years down the road and along come the fitness men with their clipboards and stop-watches.