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cash cardnoun [C]

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MONEY a small plastic card used to get money from an ATM: Their instant access savings account, where you can withdraw money with a cashcard, currently offers a respectable 4.35%.
(Definition of cash card from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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