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Translation of "card" - English-Spanish dictionary

card

noun   /kɑːd/
A2 a piece of folded paper with a picture on the front and some writing inside tarjeta a birthday card
A2 ( also playing card) a piece of hard paper with numbers and pictures used for playing games carta We spent the evening playing cards (= playing games using cards).
B1 a piece of hard paper or plastic with information on it tarjeta a library card
B1 a part inside a computer that controls how the computer operates tarjeta a sound card
[no plural] UK thick paper cartulina
(Definition of card from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

card

noun /kaːd/
thick paper or thin board cartón shapes cut out from card.
(also playing card) a small piece of such paper etc with designs, used in playing certain games carta a pack of cards.
a similar object used for eg sending greetings, showing membership of an organization, storing information etc tarjeta a birthday card a membership card a business card.
cards noun singular
the game(s) played with playing-cards cartas He cheats at cards.
cardboard noun
(of) a stiff kind of paper often made up of several layers cartón Today, most jigsaw puzzles are made of cardboard (also adjective) a cardboard box.
(Definition of card from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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