Definition of 'postcard'
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To enter by post, fill in the below coupon or write your answer and contact details on a postcard and send to the address below. The Sun (2016)As for a mobile phone signal, if you wish to call me, send a postcard saying when to expect your call. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The perfect picture postcard end to our week in the country. The Sun (2015)Will you send her a postcard for me? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Night after night they write postcards denouncing the evil regime and its lies. The Sun (2010)Each verse is written like a postcard message that has similar conflicting emotions. The Sun (2013)It is a view that picture postcards were made for. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But getting from one perfect picture postcard to another is harder work than it looks. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And they look like a picture postcard of a happy family. The Sun (2012)We chatted a bit, then he settled down to write postcards. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Get scribbling, or at least write a postcard. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We were told this was about new technology and yet buried in the detail are powers to track the postcards and letters we send. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I love the fact that anyone can buy one of my postcards. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Keep it simple and inexpensive; address postcards or letters by hand and be sure to follow up by phone. The Guide to Greatness in Sales (1994)Will you be sending postcards? Times, Sunday Times (2009)So I was pleased this week to receive a postcard inside an envelope. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Each postcard, photograph, notebook or map has been photographed again. Times, Sunday Times (2011)On the doormat there is a postcard with the message: We want what you have. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You have very likely been sent one on a postcard, or spotted his weekly Guardian cartoon. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'postcard'
British English: postcard /ˈpəʊstˌkɑːd/ NOUN
A postcard is a piece of card, often with a picture on one side, which you can write on and post to someone without using an envelope.
- American English: postcard
- Arabic: بِطَاقَةٌ بَرِيدِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cartão postal
- Chinese: 明信片
- Croatian: razglednica
- Czech: pohlednice
- Danish: postkort
- Dutch: briefkaart
- European Spanish: postal
- Finnish: postikortti
- French: carte postale
- German: Postkarte
- Greek: καρτ ποστάλ
- Italian: cartolina
- Japanese: 郵便はがき
- Korean: 우편엽서
- Norwegian: postkort
- Polish: pocztówka
- European Portuguese: postal
- Romanian: carte poștală
- Russian: почтовая открытка
- Spanish: postal
- Swedish: vykort
- Thai: โปสการ์ด
- Turkish: kartpostal
- Ukrainian: листівка
- Vietnamese: bưu thiếp
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