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1. A thin firm board made of sheets of paper pasted together or pressed paper pulp.
2. A card, especially:
a. A ticket.
b. Games A playing card.
c. A visiting card.
1. Made of pasteboard.
2. Of inferior quality; flimsy or unsubstantial.
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1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding)
a. a stiff board formed from layers of paper or pulp pasted together, esp as used in bookbinding
b. (as modifier): a pasteboard book cover.
2. slang a card or ticket
3. flimsy; insubstantial
4. sham; fake
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1. a stiff board made of sheets of paper pasted or layers of paper pulp pressed together.adj.
2. made of pasteboard.
3. unsubstantial or sham.
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|Noun||1.||pasteboard - stiff cardboard made by pasting together layers of paper|
millboard - stout pasteboard used to bind books
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pasteboard[ˈpeɪstˌbɔːd] n → cartone m
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