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flip chart

n.
A chart consisting of sheets hinged at the top that can be flipped over to present information sequentially.

flip chart

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flipchart

n
a pad, containing large sheets of paper that can be easily turned over, mounted on a stand and used to present reports, data, etc

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n.
a set of sheets, as of cardboard, hinged at the top so that they can be flipped over to show information in sequence.
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Noun1.flip chart - a chart with several sheets hinged at the top; sheets can be flipped over to present information sequentially
chart - a visual display of information
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