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phone card

noun [C] ( also phonecard)
 
 
COMMUNICATIONS
a small card that you buy, with the number of a special phone service to make calls at reduced prices: International calls are much cheaper with phone cards than dialling direct.
a small card that you buy, that you can use to pay for a phone call from a public phone
Translations of “phone card”
in Chinese (Traditional) (在公用電話上使用的)電話卡…
in Russian телефонная карточка…
in Turkish telefon kartı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (在公用电话上使用的)电话卡…
in Polish karta telefoniczna…
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