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Example sentences containing 'card'

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They had a great relationship and would play cards or chess together at lunchtime. The Sun (2016)Similar cards are already used in other countries. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We were unlucky that he did not get a red card. The Sun (2016)And he could have gone twice before getting his second yellow card. The Sun (2016)Put the tweed ones on my card. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We deserved it against a tough side and after their red cards the game was over. The Sun (2016)People usually walk around handing out bundles of cards but this time there were very few. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Those competing courtesy of a wild card can lift their game and woo the crowd. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Cricketers will be shown a red card for serious incidents under new laws expected to come into force next year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You're buying a card for the dog? Times, Sunday Times (2017)She has her coffee and her calories but no cash or credit card has been used. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Take that card and come right to the kitchen. LM Montgomery Anne of Green Gables (1872)The rest is best left to owners of paintings showing dogs playing cards. The Sun (2010)Your name goes on a smart address card. The Sun (2007)We sat there telling jokes and playing cards all night. Times, Sunday Times (2008)To receive one of those cards is a wonderful feeling. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They should cut up his membership card. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She was at the same time persuaded to buy a memory card for the camera. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Claim details are on your game card. The Sun (2013)We would be holding a very strong hand of cards. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This time the card should be yellow. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This is surely the wild card of the bunch. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Your real opponents are the players playing with your cards at other tables. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The smallest greetings card you get holds a rich secret. The Sun (2011)One envelope clearly contained a plastic card. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The first card to arrive stopped my surname short after five letters. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Many employers have similar cards for use in staff canteens. The Sun (2007)Players have complained he provokes them by flashing cards right in their faces. The Sun (2006)But the resignation request is turned down because colleagues cannot get a leaving card big enough to fit his name. The Sun (2016)This is because it is advantageous to play the second and fourth cards to a trick, not the first and third. Times, Sunday Times (2013)

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Translations for 'card'

British English: card /kɑːd/ NOUN
greetings card A card is a folded piece of stiff paper that has a picture on the front and a message inside. You send cards to people at special times, like birthdays.
  • American English: card
  • Arabic: بِطَاقَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cartão
  • Chinese: 卡片
  • Croatian: karta
  • Czech: blahopřání předtištěné
  • Danish: kort spillekort
  • Dutch: kaart
  • European Spanish: tarjeta
  • Finnish: kortti
  • French: carte vœux
  • German: Karte
  • Greek: κάρτα
  • Italian: biglietto di auguri
  • Japanese: カード
  • Korean: 카드
  • Norwegian: kort
  • Polish: karta
  • European Portuguese: cartão
  • Romanian: felicitare
  • Russian: открытка
  • Spanish: tarjeta
  • Swedish: kort vykort
  • Thai: บัตรอวยพร
  • Turkish: kart
  • Ukrainian: листівка
  • Vietnamese: thiếp
British English: card /kɑːd/ NOUN
stiff paper Card is stiff paper.
  • American English: card
  • Arabic: كارْت
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cartão
  • Chinese: 卡片
  • Croatian: karton
  • Czech: kartontvrdý papír
  • Danish: pap
  • Dutch: karton
  • European Spanish: cartulina
  • Finnish: kortti
  • French: carton
  • German: Karton
  • Greek: κάρτα
  • Italian: cartoncino
  • Japanese: カード
  • Korean: 두꺼운 종이
  • Norwegian: kartong
  • Polish: karta
  • European Portuguese: cartão
  • Romanian: carton
  • Russian: картон
  • Spanish: tarjeta
  • Swedish: kort
  • Thai: การ์ด บัตร
  • Turkish: karton
  • Ukrainian: картка
  • Vietnamese: thẻ
British English: card /kɑːd/ NOUN
playing card Cards are pieces of stiff paper with numbers or pictures on them that you use for playing games.
  • American English: card
  • Arabic: وَرَقَةُ لَعِب
  • Brazilian Portuguese: carta
  • Chinese: 扑克牌
  • Croatian: karte
  • Czech: kartahrací
  • Danish: kort
  • Dutch: kaart
  • European Spanish: carta
  • Finnish: kortti
  • French: cartecarte à jouer
  • German: Spielkarte
  • Greek: τραπουλόχαρτο
  • Italian: carte
  • Japanese: トランプ
  • Korean: 카드
  • Norwegian: spillekort
  • Polish: karta do gry
  • European Portuguese: cartas
  • Romanian: cărți de joc
  • Russian: игральная карта
  • Spanish: carta
  • Swedish: kort
  • Thai: ไพ่
  • Turkish: oyun kartı
  • Ukrainian: карта
  • Vietnamese: lá bài

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