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suit

noun [C] (PLAYING CARDS) 纸牌     /sjuːt/ US  /suːt/
any of the four types of card in a set of playing cards, each having a different shape printed on it 同花色的一组纸牌 The four suits in a pack of cards are hearts, spades, clubs and diamonds. 一副纸牌中的4种花色为红桃、黑桃、梅花和方块。 Playing cards
(Definition of suit noun (PLAYING CARDS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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