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English definition of “magnetic card”

magnetic card

noun [C]
 
 
IT
a plastic card with a magnetic strip on the back containing information that can be read by a machine, especially information about who the owner of the card is, their bank account, etc.: Employees use a magnetic card to enter the building.
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