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plac·ard

 (plăk′ärd′, -ərd)
n.
1. A sign or notice for display in a public place.
2. A small card or plaque, such as a nameplate on a door.
tr.v. plac·ard·ed, plac·ard·ing, plac·ards
1. To announce or advertise by means of placards.
2. To post placards on or in.
3. To display as a placard.

[Middle English, official document, authenticated with a seal, from Old French, from plaquer, to plaster, affix a seal to, from Middle Dutch placken, to coat, paste, patch; akin to Middle Dutch and Middle Low German placken, stain, spot, of unknown origin .]

plac′ard′er n.

placard

(ˈplækɑːd)
n
1. a printed or written notice for public display; poster
2. a small plaque or card
vb (tr)
3. to post placards on or in
4. to publicize or advertise by placards
5. to display as a placard
[C15: from Old French plaquart, from plaquier to plate, lay flat; see plaque]

plac•ard

(ˈplæk ɑrd, -ərd)

n.
1. a sign or notice, as one posted in a public place or carried by a demonstrator or picketer.
v.t.
2. to display placards on or in.
3. to publicize by means of placards.
4. to post as a placard.
[1475–85; < Middle French. See plaque, -ard]

placard

- Comes from French plaquier, "to plate; lay flat."
See also related terms for plate.

placard


Past participle: placarded
Gerund: placarding

Imperative
placard
placard
Present
I placard
you placard
he/she/it placards
we placard
you placard
they placard
Preterite
I placarded
you placarded
he/she/it placarded
we placarded
you placarded
they placarded
Present Continuous
I am placarding
you are placarding
he/she/it is placarding
we are placarding
you are placarding
they are placarding
Present Perfect
I have placarded
you have placarded
he/she/it has placarded
we have placarded
you have placarded
they have placarded
Past Continuous
I was placarding
you were placarding
he/she/it was placarding
we were placarding
you were placarding
they were placarding
Past Perfect
I had placarded
you had placarded
he/she/it had placarded
we had placarded
you had placarded
they had placarded
Future
I will placard
you will placard
he/she/it will placard
we will placard
you will placard
they will placard
Future Perfect
I will have placarded
you will have placarded
he/she/it will have placarded
we will have placarded
you will have placarded
they will have placarded
Future Continuous
I will be placarding
you will be placarding
he/she/it will be placarding
we will be placarding
you will be placarding
they will be placarding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been placarding
you have been placarding
he/she/it has been placarding
we have been placarding
you have been placarding
they have been placarding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been placarding
you will have been placarding
he/she/it will have been placarding
we will have been placarding
you will have been placarding
they will have been placarding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been placarding
you had been placarding
he/she/it had been placarding
we had been placarding
you had been placarding
they had been placarding
Conditional
I would placard
you would placard
he/she/it would placard
we would placard
you would placard
they would placard
Past Conditional
I would have placarded
you would have placarded
he/she/it would have placarded
we would have placarded
you would have placarded
they would have placarded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.placard - a sign posted in a public place as an advertisementplacard - a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; "a poster advertised the coming attractions"
sign - a public display of a message; "he posted signs in all the shop windows"
show bill, show card, theatrical poster - a poster advertising a show or play
flash card, flashcard - a card with words or numbers or pictures that is flashed to a class by the teacher
Verb1.placard - post in a public place
post - affix in a public place or for public notice; "post a warning"
2.placard - publicize or announce by placards
post - publicize with, or as if with, a poster; "I'll post the news on the bulletin board"

placard

noun notice, bill, advertisement, poster, sticker, public notice, affiche (French) The marchers sang and waved placards.

placard

noun
A usually public posting that conveys a message:
Translations
إعْلان مَحْمول
plakátstandarta
plakatskilt
afiŝo
tábla
plakat, veggspjald
plakatas
plakāts
plakatplakatklistring
lepak

placard

[ˈplækɑːd]
A. N (on wall) → cartel m; (= sign, announcement) → letrero m; (carried in demonstration) → pancarta f
B. VT the wall is placarded all overla pared está llena de carteles
the flats are placarded as luxury residenceslos pisos or (LAm) los departamentos aparecen anunciados como viviendas de lujo

placard

[ˈplækɑːrd] n (on wall)affiche f; (at demonstration)pancarte f

placard

nPlakat nt; (at demonstrations also) → Transparent nt
vtplakatieren; to placard a wall with posterseine Wand mit Plakaten bekleben

placard

[ˈplækɑːd] ncartello

placard

(ˈplӕkaːd) noun
a notice printed on eg wood or cardboard and carried, hung etc, in a public place. The protesters were carrying placards denouncing the government's policy.
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