Definitions for placardˈplæk ɑrd, -ərd
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poster, posting, placard, notice, bill, card(verb)
a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement
"a poster advertised the coming attractions"
post in a public place
publicize or announce by placards
A sheet of paper or cardboard with a written or printed announcement on one side for display in a public place.
To affix a placard to.
To announce with placards.
to placard a sale
Origin: placquert, 'official document,' from placquier, 'to plate'. Cognate of 'plaque' (1560)
a public proclamation; a manifesto or edict issued by authority
permission given by authority; a license; as, to give a placard to do something
a written or printed paper, as an advertisement or a declaration, posted, or to be posted, in a public place; a poster
an extra plate on the lower part of the breastplate or backplate
a kind of stomacher, often adorned with jewels, worn in the fifteenth century and later
to post placards upon or within; as, to placard a wall, to placard the city
to announce by placards; as, to placard a sale
Origin: [F., fr. plaquer to lay or clap on, plaque plate, tablet; probably from Dutch, cf. D. plakken to paste, post up, plak a flat piece of wood.]
A placard is a notice installed in a public place, like a small card, sign, or plaque. It can be attached to or hung from a vehicle or building to indicate information about the vehicle operator or contents of a vehicle or building.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We're just noting that open carry is a form of demonstration and it's no different than carrying a placard or something else of that nature.
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