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playing card

noun [C] uk   us  
one of a set of 52 small, rectangular pieces of stiff paper, each with a number and a design showing one of four suits printed on it, used in games
Translations of “playing card”
in Korean 카드, 트럼프…
in Arabic وَرَقة لَعِب…
in Portuguese carta de jogo, carta de baralho…
in Catalan carta, naip…
in Japanese トランプ…
in Italian carta da gioco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 撲克牌…
in Russian игральная карта…
in Turkish iskambil kâğıdı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扑克牌…
in Polish karta do gry…
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