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Turkish translation of “card”

card

noun
 
 
/kɑːd/
MESSAGE [C] A2 a folded piece of stiff paper with a picture on the front and a message inside that you send to someone on a special occasion
kart
a birthday card Letters, notes and cardsPaper and stationery
INFORMATION [C] B1 a piece of stiff paper or plastic that has information printed on it
üzerinde bilgi olan kart
a library cardLetters, notes and cardsPaper and stationery
GAME [C] ( also playing card) A2 one of a set of 52 pieces of stiff paper with numbers and pictures used for playing games
iskambil kağıdı
UK a pack of cards/ US a deck of cards We spent the evening playing cards (= playing games using cards).Playing cardsLetters, notes and cardsPaper and stationery
PAPER [U] UK thick, stiff paper
karton
Paper
WITHOUT ENVELOPE [C] a postcard (= card with a picture on one side that you send without an envelope)
karpostal
Paper Letters, notes and cardsPaper and stationery
COMPUTER [C] B1 a part inside a computer which controls how the computer operates
bilgisayar kartı
a graphics/sound cardComputer hardware
→ See also cash card, charge card, Christmas card, credit card, debit card, phone card, smart card, swipe card, trump card, wild card, be on the cards, put/lay your cards on the table
(Definition of card from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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