Definition of 'memory card'
Example sentences containing 'memory card'
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In 2008 two men tried to sell her camera 's memory card with holiday images of her and senior royals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She was at the same time persuaded to buy a memory card for the camera. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You you also get slots for memory cards and a built-in mike and camera. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You can also use it to view images direct from your camera 's memory card. The Sun (2009)He was rumbled when a holidaymaker found the camera 's memory card when trying to set the alarm. The Sun (2012)Don't go anywhere on this island without a fully charged camera and empty memory card - the scenery is outstanding. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'memory card'
British English: memory card /ˈmɛmərɪ kɑːd/ NOUN
A memory card is a type of card containing computer memory that is used in digital cameras and other devices.
- American English: memory card
- Arabic: بِطَاقَةٌ ذَاكِرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: placa de memória informática
- Chinese: 记忆卡
- Croatian: memorijska kartica
- Czech: paměťová karta
- Danish: hukommelse
- Dutch: geheugenkaart
- European Spanish: tarjeta de memoria
- Finnish: muistikortti
- French: carte mémoire
- German: Speicherkarte
- Greek: κάρτα μνήμης
- Italian: scheda di memoria
- Japanese: メモリカード
- Korean: 메모리 카드
- Norwegian: minnekort
- Polish: karta pamięci
- European Portuguese: placa de memória informática
- Romanian: card de memorie
- Russian: карта памяти
- Spanish: tarjeta de memoria
- Swedish: minneskort
- Thai: การ์ดบันทึกความจำของคอมพิวเตอร์
- Turkish: hafıza kartı
- Ukrainian: карта пам'яті
- Vietnamese: thẻ nhớ
Definition of memory card from the Collins English Dictionary
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