card

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} kart

Bilgisayarların hiçbiri yanmış bir kartla çalışmaya devam edemez. - None of the computers can continue to run with a burnt card.

Kredi kartıyla ödeyebilir miyim? - Can I pay with a credit card?

kart veya kartonlara yapıştırmak
{i} tarak (dokuma)
{f} fişlemek
carder tarakçı
(Turizm) alakart
(Turizm) yemek listesi
(fiil) kart koymak, kart açmak; fişlemek; kartlara yapıştırmak; taramak (yün vs.)
{i} tebrik kartı

Tom bir anneler günü tebrik kartını annesine göndermeyi neredeyse asla unutmaz. - Tom almost never forgets to send his mother a Mother's Day greeting card.

(Tiyatro) kartela
(Tekstil) elengi
taramak

Onların işi yünü taramak. - Their job is to card the wool.

{f} taramak (yün vs.)
kartlı
karşılaşma bağdarlaması
şamatacı
kartpostal

Kartpostal oynamak bir hobidir. - Playing cards is a pastime.

Son kartpostal benimki. - The last card is mine.

oyun kâğıdı
ziyaret kartı
gırgır
{f} kart koymak
{f} kart açmak
{f} kartlara yapıştırmak
{i} esprili kimse
kartlara yazmak
gırgır/iskambil/kart
{i} iskambil kâğıdı

Eğer iskambil kağıdımız yoksa poker oynayamayız. - We can't play poker if we don't have any cards.

karton

Tom karton kutuya uzandı ve bir fotoğraf albümü çıkardı. - Tom reached into the cardboard box and pulled out a photo album.

Tom posteri sardı ve karton bir tüpün içine koydu. - Tom rolled up the poster and put it into a cardboard tube.

{i} program
{i} kartvizit

Bu benim kartvizitim. - This is my business card.

Tom Mary'nin ona verdiği kartvizite baktı. - Tom looked at the business card Mary gave him.

(Tekstil) 1. tarak 2. taramak
{i} belge

Tom konferans odasına girdi, belgelerle dolu büyük bir karton kutu taşıyordu. - Tom entered the conference room, carrying a large cardboard box full of documents.

kart koymak fişlemek
card file
kartotek
card game
iskambil
card back
kart sırtı
card bed
kart yatağı
card cage
kart kafesi
card catalogue
kart kataloğu
card catalogue
fiş usulü dosya
card code
kart kodu
card column
kart kolonu
card deck
kart destesi
card face
kart yüzü
card field
kart alanı
card format
kart formatı
card hopper
kart tutucu
card image
kart görüntüsü
card index
kart fihristi
card index
kartotek
card jam
kart sıkışması
card leading edge
kart giriş kenarı
card loader
kart yükleyici
card player
kağıt oyuncusu
card programmed calculating
kart programlı hesaplama
card punch
kart delici
card punch buffer
kart delici tamponu
card punch machine
kart delgi makinesi
card punch operator
delgi işletmeni
card punching
kart delgileme
card reader
kart okuyucu
card reproducer
kart çoğaltıcısı
card row
kart satırı
card sensing
kart algılama
card stacker
kart biriktirici
card system
kart sistemi
card system
kart jüyesi
card table
kumar masası
card table
oyun masası
card to card
karttan karta
card to disk converter
kart disk dönüştürücü
card to magnetic tape converter
karttan manyetik banda dönüştürücü
card to tape
karttan banda
card to tape converter
karttan teybe dönüştürücü
card track
kart yolu
card verification
kart denetimi
card verifier
kart gerçekleyici
card verifying
kart gerçeklemesi
card wreck
kart sıkışması
card-to-card
karttan-karta
card board
karton
card feed
kart besleme donanımı, kart besleyici
card fluff
kart tüylenmesi
card indexes
kartoteks
card of account
hesap şeması
card shark
kart köpekbalığı
card sharper
hile yapan kimse
card stock
kart
card stock
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) Bilgisayar yazıcısı için kullanılan bir kağıt çeşidi

Card stock works better than regular printer paper if you are printing your own images.

card tray
kart tepsisi
card up
karar aşamasından önce gizli bir avantaja sahip olmak
card basket
kartvizit kutusu
card body
(Bilgisayar) kart metni
card carrying
kartlı
card carrying
kart sahibi
card catalog
kart kataloğu
card catalogue
kart fihristi
card deck
(Bilgisayar) kart desteği
card feed
kart besleyici
card feed
kart besleme donanımı
card fluff
(Bilgisayar) kart tümlenmesi
card for artificial wool shoddy card
(Tekstil) açma yün tarağı
card game
kâğıt oyunu
card gauge
(Tekstil) tarak şablonu
card image
(Askeri) KART GÖRÜNTÜSÜ: Bir delikli kartın deliklerinin aynen temsili; örneğin; birin bir delgiyi sıfırın ise delginin yokluğunu temsil ettiği bir matris
card index
kartvizit indeksi
card input
(Elektrik, Elektronik) delikli kartla verilen giriş
card labels
Kart Etiketleri
card name
(Bilgisayar) kart adı
card room
oyun salonu
card slip
kart slipi
card to card
karttan-karta
card to disk converter
kart-disk dönüştürücü
card track
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kart yatağı
card trick
kart sihirbazlığı
card trick
kart numarası
card vote
delege oyunun temsil ettiği grup kadar sayılması
card web
(Tekstil) tarak tülbenti
card width
(Bilgisayar) kart genişliği
cash card
(Ticaret) bankamatik kartı
calling card
kartvizit
call card
arama kartı
catalogue card
katalog kartı
calibration card
(Havacılık) kalibrasyon kartı
calling card
telefon kartı
calling card number
(Bilgisayar) arama kartı numarası
calling card service
(Telekom) telefon kartı hizmeti
calling card to use
(Bilgisayar) kullanılacak arama kartı
can i see your insurance card please
sigortanızı görebilir miyim lütfen
can i withdraw money on my credit card here
burada kredi kartımdan para çekebilir miyim
identity card
kimlik kartı
business card
kartvizit

Tom Mary'ye kartvizitini uzattı. - Tom handed Mary his business card.

Tom Mary'nin ona verdiği kartvizite baktı. - Tom looked at the business card Mary gave him.

credit card
kredi kartı

Kredi kartım ATM tarafından reddedildi. - My credit card was rejected by the ATM.

Kredi kartıyla ödeyebilir miyim? - Can I pay with a credit card?

additional card
ek kart
cards
kart

Tam o sırada parktaki işçiler bazı küçük oyun kartları getirdiler. - Just then, the workers in the park brought over some small playing cards.

Kredi kartlarını kabul ediyor musunuz? - Do you accept credit cards?

chip card
(Bilgisayar) akıllı kart
club card
(Bilgisayar) klüp kartı
cue card
(Bilgisayar) yardım kartı
folded card
(Bilgisayar) katlanmış kart
host card
(Bilgisayar) ana makine kartı
identity card
hüviyet
identity card
nüfus kağıdı
identity card
kafakağıdı
plug in circuit card
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) takılabilir devre kartı
prepaid card
hazır kart
punch card
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) delgili kart
qualification card
(Askeri) evsaf kartı
rotary card
(Bilgisayar) dönme kartı
sound card
ses kartı
supplementary card
ek kart
tent card
(Bilgisayar) çadır kartı
carder
tarakçı
carder
tarak tezgâhı
carding
tarama
cards
kartlık
CARDS
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carded
(Tekstil) taranmış
carder
{i} tarak makinesi
carding
taraklama
carding
yün ve pamuk tarama carding machine yün ve pamuk tarama makinas
carding
{i} yapağı taraması
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A listing of the runners and riders, together with colours and recent form, for all the races on a particular day at a particular racecourse
To scrape or tear someone’s flesh using a metal comb, as a form of torture
An amusing but slightly foolish person

EVE: Oh, Marek, you card.

A playing card
A resource or an argument, used to a achieve a purpose

He accused them of playing the race card.

To use a carding device to disentangle the fibres of wool prior to spinning
A tabular presentation of the key statistics of an innings or match: batsmen’s scores and how they were dismissed, extras, total score and bowling figures
A hand-held tool formed similarly to a hairbrush but with bristles of wire or other rigid material. It is used principally with raw cotton, wool, hair, or other natural fibers to prepare these materials for spinning into yarn or thread on a spinning wheel, with a whorl or other hand-held spindle. The card serves to untangle, clean, remove debris from, and lay the fibers straight
To check IDs at a venue with a minimum age requirement

They have to card anybody who looks 21 or younger.

A machine for disentangling the fibres of wool prior to spinning
A comb- or brush-like device or tool to raise the nap on a fabric
A list of scheduled events or of performers or contestants

What’s on the card for tonight?.

A removable electronic device that may be inserted into a powered electronic device to provide additional capability

He needed to replace the card his computer used to connect to the internet.

A map or chart

As pilot well expert in perilous waue, / Vpon his card and compas firmes his eye .

Any game using playing cards; a card game

He played cards with his friends.

Any flat, normally rectangular piece of stiff paper, plastic etc
thin cardboard, usually rectangular ask someone for identification to determine whether he or she is old enough to consume liquor; "I was carded when I tried to buy a beer!
another name for a printed circuit board
or for cleaning and smoothing the hair of animals; usually consisting of bent wire teeth set closely in rows in a thick piece of leather fastened to a back
To comb with a card; to cleanse or disentangle by carding; as, to card wool; to card a horse
a rectangular piece of stiff paper used to send messages (may have printed greetings or pictures); "they sent us a card from Miami"
A printed circuit board that, when inserted into a logic board slot, adds some capacity to a computer
Commonly used generic term for magnetic stripe media regardless of shape, construction, and material; e g , magnetic stripe cards, badges, tickets, forms
An instrument for disentangling and arranging the fibers of cotton, wool, flax, etc
A removable printed-circuit board that is plugged into an expansion slot (e g , graphics card, clock card)
A circuit board that plugs into a computer's bus to extend the computer's capability
A roll or sliver of fiber (as of wool) delivered from a carding machine
To clean or clear, as if by using a card
one of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes; "he collected cards and traded them with the other boys"
{n} a complimentary note, instrument, painted paper, part of a compass, chart, map
(golf) a record of scores (as in golf); "you have to turn in your card to get a handicap"
{v} to combe or work wool
a card certifying the identity of the bearer; "he had to show his card to get in"
A piece of pasteboard, or thick paper, blank or prepared for various uses; as, a playing card; a visiting card; a card of invitation; pl
To scrape or tear someones flesh using a metal comb, as a form of torture
A card is a piece of cardboard or plastic, or a small document, which shows information about you and which you carry with you, for example to prove your identity. they check my bag and press card. her membership card The authorities have begun to issue ration cards
Cards are thin pieces of cardboard with numbers or pictures printed on them which are used to play various games. a pack of cards = playing card
Any device that can be plugged into a computer expansion slot
A computer board with printed circuitry and components that plugs into the computer's system board to provide a special feature or function Also called an adapter (card)
A card is a folded piece of stiff paper with a picture and sometimes a message printed on it, which you send to someone on a special occasion. She sends me a card on my birthday. millions of get-well cards
Also, a printed programme, and fig
To use the above device or machine
A flat piece of rigid material bearing electronic components and the printed circuitry that interconnects them Cards typically have one point where connections to other cards or components are made
A flat, normally rectangular piece of stiff paper, plastic etc. especially: one of a pack bearing numbers and symbols used in playing a variety of card games, e.g. a post card, a greeting card (Christmas, birthday etc.,) an identification card, a credit card, a business card, an index card, a baseball card or a warning card
{f} comb, untangle wool or cotton fibers in preparation for spinning; give a card; ask for an identification card (i.e. in a bar)
a printed circuit that can be inserted into expansion slots in a computer to increase the computer's capabilities
(baseball) a list of batters in the order in which they will bat; "the managers presented their cards to the umpire at home plate"
A hardware expansion unit which is installed inside the case of a computer, into an expansion slot on the motherboard
Refers to a printed circuit board (adapter board or expansion card) that installs into one of the expansion slots in your computer, expanding the capabilities of your system, allowing it to communicate with external devices such as monitors or speakers
The 645 came with a card reader and punch We used the reader to boot GECOS and to load John Gintell's program for taking a core dump Multics was initially designed to bootload from tape (A switch on the GIOC/IOM selects whether the BOOT button loads tape or cards ) When BOS was invented, it was designed to load from card decks (cold load) or to load from disk under control of a one-card loader See also the Zero Six Dog story
You can use card to refer to something that gives you an advantage in a particular situation. If you play a particular card, you use that advantage. It was his strongest card in their relationship -- that she wanted him more than he wanted her This permitted Western manufacturers to play their strong cards: capital and technology
See under Indicator
separate the fibers of; "tease wool"
A kind of board that has connectors on its edges, so you can plug it directly into an expansion slot on the Mac Cards add functionality, such as 24-bit color or an accelerator Also called an add-in board
thin cardboard, usually rectangular
A card is a piece of stiff paper or thin cardboard on which something is written or printed. Check the numbers below against the numbers on your card
A card is the same as a postcard. Send your details on a card to the following address
A single WML unit of navigation and user interface It may contain either information that is to be presented to the user, request input from the user etc
If you say that something is on the cards in British English, or in the cards in American English, you mean that it is very likely to happen. Last summer she began telling friends that a New Year marriage was on the cards. = likely unlikely
{i} cardstock, variety of stiff paper available in a range of thicknesses
(1) A plug-in memory device RAM cards, which require an internal battery, can be used for storing user data, while ROM cards, which have no battery, can only be used for reading the data recorded on them by the manufacturer (2) A circuit board that plugs into a slot in a computer
a witty amusing person who makes jokes
Equivalent to a web page, one card is displayed on screen at any particular time
The sealed package containing storage chips or other devices with electrical connectors that make contact when inserted into a card slot on a camera, printer, computer, or other device
If you say that someone will achieve success if they play their cards right, you mean that they will achieve success if they act skilfully and use the advantages that they have. He could even be the next manager of the England team if he plays his cards right
An electronic circuit board fits into the CPU
A card is a piece of thin cardboard carried by someone such as a business person in order to give to other people. A card shows the name, address, telephone number, and other details of the person who carries it. Here's my card. You may need me. = business card
a game played with cards
A machine for disentagling the fibres of wool prior to spinning
An indicator card
card counter
A person who uses card counting in pontoon or blackjack in order to obtain an advantage
card counting
A strategy, in pontoon or blackjack, in which a player keeps a mental tally of the cards played in order to calculate the probability of certain cards being dealt and therefore obtain an advantage
card game
Any of very many games played with playing cards
card games
plural form of card game
card punch
A machine that punches holes in a punch card
card punches
plural form of card punch
card stock
A paper stock that is thicker and more durable than normal writing or printing paper, but thinner and more flexible than other forms of paperboard, used for postcards, playing cards, etc
card table
a small table that can be folded away
card table
A table, in a casino, used to play cards
card tart
A rate tart
card-carrying
Loyal and dedicated to some cause
card-carrying
Enrolled as a member of an organization, and having a card to prove it; used especially to signify loyal dedication to that organization or the cause it supports
card-index
To index a group of items using index cards
card blocking
preventing the possibility of using a credit card in order to pull funds from an account
card cabinet
{i} box for storing index cards
card catalog
a library catalog in which each publication is described on a separate file card
card catalog
An alphabetical listing, especially of books in a library, made with a separate card for each item. a box of cards that contain information about something and are arranged in order, especially the cards with book information on them in a library British Equivalent: card index
card filing
arranging of cards in a card index
card game
A card game is a game that is played using a set of playing cards
card game
game that is played with a deck of cards
card game
a game played with playing cards
card holder
one who possesses a card (as a credit card); member, subscriber
card index
A card index is a number of cards with information written on them which are arranged in a particular order, usually alphabetical, so that you can find the information you want easily. a box of cards that contain information about something and are arranged in order, especially the cards with book information on them in a library American Equivalent: card catalog
card index
file of cards which contain references to separate items (arranged in a certain order)
card indexing
organizing information on index cards
card paper
card stock, variety of stiff paper available in a range of thicknesses
card player
someone who plays (or knows how to play) card games
card puncher
one who punches or stamps cards or tickets
card shark
{i} skilled professional card-player; cardsharp, dishonest card-player
card table
a small light table with folding legs; can be folded for storage a table for playing cards (as in a casino)
card table
table that is intended for card games (poker table, blackjack table, etc.)
card table
A card table is a small light table which can be folded up and which is sometimes used for playing games of cards on. a small light table, usually with folding legs, used for playing card games on
card trick
a trick performed with playing cards
card verification value
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card verification value
A unique value calculated from the data encoded on the magnetic stripe of a VISA card, validating card information during the authorization process
card vote
a way of voting at a trade union meeting in which your vote represents the votes of all the members of your organization
card-carrying
emphasis If you describe someone as, for example, a card-carrying feminist, you are emphasizing the fact that they believe strongly in and try to carry out the ideas of feminism
card-carrying
A card-carrying member of a particular group or political party is an official member of that group or party, rather than someone who supports it. I've been a card-carrying member of the Labour party for five years
card-player
one who plays card games, poker player
calling card
A small printed card which identifies the bearer, traditionally presented for introduction when making a social visit to a home or when attending a formal social event or business meeting

If Mrs. Nelson does come here, you be sure to put on your white apron before you open the door; and for pity sake don't forget the card-tray! You ought to know better than to stick out your hand for a lady's calling-card.

calling card
An attribute, object, or behavior which is distinctly characteristic of someone or something

Free and slightly funky chamber music is the calling card of this festival.

calling card
A prepaid card or credit card, usually electronically readable, used to pay the charges when making a telephone call

Many experts now advise consumers to use a prepaid calling card to save money on long distance calls while staying in a hotel.

calling card
Excrement, especially of a domestic animal

A guide dog left his calling card on the court at Tuesday night's Magic-Pistons game in Orlando.

calling-card
Alternative spelling of calling card
calling card
business card, small card containing a persons name and telephone number
calling card
A Calling Card enables customers to place local and long distance calls while away from their home and bill them to their telephone account
calling card
a distinguishing characteristic or behavior; "bombs are a terrorist's calling cards"
calling card
To Telephony, a calling card is not just a means for billing calls, it represents a distinct dialing procedure For example, an applications can use calling-card functions to present a menu of pre-configured calling cards to the user The user's response determines the proper dialing sequence for the call, which tells TAPI whether to make the call with the default carrier, override the default carrier and use a given calling code, or use another specific dialing sequence
calling card
a service that allows calls made from a telephone to be billed to a different telephone or credit card account
calling card
A credit/charge card accepted by AT&T for billing of AT&T Consumer Services A Calling Card may be either an AT&T Calling Card, a Local Telephone Company Calling Card, or a Commercial Credit/Charge Card
calling card
a printed or written greeting that is left to indicate that you have visited a card that is used instead of cash to make telephone calls
calling card
A telecommunication credit card with an AuthCode for using a long distance carrier when the customer is away from their home or office (ANI)
calling card
A calling card is a small card with personal information about you on it, such as your name and address, which you can give to people when you go to visit them. = card. a small card with a name and often an address printed on it, that people in the past gave to people they visited British Equivalent: visiting card
calling card
A telecommunication credit card with an AuthCode (authorization code) for using a long distance carrier when the customer is away from their home or office ANI
calling card
a printed or written greeting that is left to indicate that you have visited
calling card
a card that is used instead of cash to make telephone calls
cash card
{i} credit card that grants its holder to receive cash
cash card
A cash card is a card that banks give to their customers so that they can get money out of a cash dispenser. a special plastic card used for getting money from a machine outside a bank
cash card
a credit card that entitles the holder to receive cash
Christmas card
a greeting card that is decorated in a manner that celebrates Christmas
ID card
A card or badge showing the official identity of the wearer
Mass card
A religious card that states that a Catholic Mass has been said in honour of a dead person, or as a request for special favours such as improved health or success in a worldly endeavour
Oyster card
A contactless smart card, introduced in 2003, used to pay for public transport in the Greater London area
PC Card
A removable memory or I/O device that fits into an expansion slot on a notebook computer or a personal digital assistant (PDA). PC Cards are used primarily in notebook computers and PDAs. PC Card peripherals include Wi-Fi network cards, memory cards, modems, wired NICs, and hard drives
QSL card
A postcard confirming a successful reception of a radio signal
SIM card
a small, removable card smaller than a credit card which stores mobile phone data such as contact names and numbers, SMSs and security information
Visa card
A credit card by the credit card company Visa
Zener card
One of a set of twenty-five cards, each featuring one of five symbols (circle, plus sign, square, star, wavy lines), used by researchers to test claims of ESP or remote viewing
altar card
One of a set of three richly-ornamented cards, placed on the altar during a Tridentine mass, containing the texts of prayers
at-home card
A card, similar in size to a business card, conveying personal non-business contact information; may be used as an invitation to visit
bank card
A credit card or debit card
birthday card
A greeting card given to someone to celebrate his or her birthday
birthday-card
Attributive form of birthday card

birthday-card sentiment.

black card
The most severe of penalties, which results in the fencer being expelled from the match
blue card
A proposed EU-wide work permit allowing high-skilled non-EU citizens to work and live in any country within the European Union, excluding Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom, which are not subject to the proposal
business card
A small card with a person’s name and professional information (such as occupation, business phone number, e-mail address, etc.)
carder
A person employed to card wool
cards
plural form of card
cards
card game

He's a fan of cards.

cheque card
A small plastic card issued by a bank or similar which is a guarantee of payment of cheques written by the cardholder (up to a specified maximum amount)
cheque card
A card issued by a bank or similar which behaves like a credit card but is in fact a type of debit card
cigarette card
A small card given free with each pack of cigarettes, and also, in UK, in packs of tea. Each card had a picture on the front and a text about the picture on the back. They were issued as sets about selected themes. They are collector's items now
community card
Any of the cards which appear on the board and can be a part of any player's hand
condolence card
A sympathy card
court card
The higher-value “face” cards in a deck of playing cards; in an ordinary 52-card deck, namely any one of the jacks (a.k.a. knaves), queens, or kings

There are fifty-two outcomes possible when we turn up a card, and if we do it from a freshly and fairly shuffled pack, each possibility has an equal chance. Probabilistic reasoning can then go forward: we can solve, for instance, for whether most draws of seven cards involve two court cards, or whatever.

court card
A postcard measuring approximately 4·75″ × 3·5″, in use mainly in the United Kingdom circa 1894–1902
credit card
A plastic card, with a magnetic strip or an embedded microchip, connected to a credit account and used to buy goods or services
credit card tart
A rate tart
dance card
A card on which a young woman listed those she had agreed to dance with

How could your dance card be full already, Martha? You just got here.

dance card
Appointment schedule

My dance card is full this week. How about in two weeks?.

debit card
A card much like a credit card, but which takes money directly from the bank account, rather than borrowing money at a rate of interest, and uses a PIN instead of a signature
draft card
the card that is sent to you by the government to tell you that you have to go to war
face card
A playing card which has a picture on it (usually Jack, Queen or King, but can include Ace or Joker)
five card stud
alternative spelling of five-card stud
five-card stud
a simple form of stud poker where each individual receives five cards
flash card
a device used to store computer memory
flash card
flashcard
gift card
A card issued by retailers as an alternative to a non-monetary gift, allowing the bearer to purchase goods up to its face value
graphics card
A circuit board that controls and calculates the visuals on a computer monitor
green card
A US work permit, officially known as United States Permanent Resident Card
greeting card
A card, typically folded in half and available commercially, that is sent to someone as a greeting
high card
A hand which has no pairs and is not a straight or a flush. The lowest possible winning hand in poker
hole card
A playing card, dealt face down, that the holder need not reveal until the showdown
hole card
Something held in reserve, or concealed, until it is useful
identity card
A card or badge showing the official identity of someone
index card
A piece of heavy paper stock used to record information to be stored in an index
inlay card
A pamphlet accompanying a CD, film etc., giving an introduction to the CD, film
memory card
A personal computer's expansion memory module, that fits in a standard interface such as a PCI or ISA slot
network interface card
a computer hardware component designed to allow computers to communicate over a computer network
one card shy of a full deck
mentally deranged; demented; insane

That guy might be one card shy of a full deck — he thinks that substitute sugar is really a government tracking system.

palm card
a card the size of one's hands listing items to be discussed in a speech or presentation, usually in bullet point form
phone card
Alternative name of telephone card
picture card
A trade card
picture card
A flash memory card for a digital camera
picture card
A playing card which has a picture on it (usually Jack, Queen or King, but sometimes including Ace or Joker)
place card
A card set down at a table to inform a guest where they are to sit
play the race card
To assert that race or racism is responsible for a course of events, especially when race is not of particular significance to the issue in question; to attempt to inspire a particular reaction by raising the issue of race

Moreover, some leaders on both sides of any racial divide love to play the race card to keep themselves in power.

playing card
One of usually 52 rectangular pieces of card used to play numerous games, featuring either one to 10 pips or a picture and belonging of one of four suits
press card
A press or media credential issued as identification to newsgatherers who work professionally in media. The principal occupations covered are reporters and writers, photographers, film and video camera operators and crews and other broadcasting workers such as producers and researchers
punch card
Such a card, the size of a US dollar bill, having 80 columns of 12 rows used in early mainframe computers
punch card
A card that can have holes or notches cut in it, especially one for storing data, that can be sorted according to combinations of holes present or absent
punched card
a punch card (especially one that has had holes punched in it)
race card
A listing of all horses to be run in a horse race
race card
The invocation of a person's race in a discussion in order to score points in that discussion
red card
A card displayed by the referee when a player is sent off for a serious infringement of the rules
red card
Any official instructions to vacate an area

I hoped to park in the members' area but the attendant showed me the red card.

red-card
To show a player a red card, and dimiss them from the playing area. send off
report card
A document, on cardboard or plain paper, stating which grades a student earned, at the end of a term of regular period
report-card
Attributive form of report card

report-card blues.

scratch card
a lottery ticket containing sections covered with an opaque waxy film which may be removed by scratching to reveal symbols that show whether a prize has been won
seven card stud
A version of stud poker where each individual receives seven cards, three face down and four face up
signed Mass card
A Mass card that has been signed or stamped by a priest or other parish officer, to show that a donation has been made to the parish, and that it has been recordered in the book of prayers
smart card
A plastic card that has information stored on a computer chip
sound card
A computer hardware device used for generating and capturing sounds
sound-card
Attributive form of sound card, noun
straight red card
A red card, signifying a player's instant dismissal from the game, without receiving the initial yellow card
sympathy card
A greeting card sent to family members of one who has died to express regret
telephone card
A plastic card used to pay for telephone services
test card
A test signal, typically broadcast at times when the transmitter is active but no programme is being broadcast (often at startup and closedown)
three card brag
A card game somewhat like a simplified form of poker, and one of poker's several ancestors
three-card monte
A confidence game in which the victim, or mark, is tricked into betting a sum of money that they can find the money card, for example the queen of hearts, among three face-down playing cards
three-card trickster
A con man who plays three-card monte
trade card
A trading card (such as a cigarette card)
trade card
An early business card first produced at the beginning of the seventeenth century
trading card
A collectable card included with tobacco, food or confectionery products and featuring sports, cars, natural history, film characters or other information of interest to purchasers
trump card
Something used to obtain an advantage, sometimes unscrupulously
trump card
A playing card, of the trump suite that is held in reserve until needed to win a trick
video card
A piece of hardware installed into a personal computer to allow it to send video signals to an external output device such as a monitor or projector
visiting card
A written card which identifies the bearer, presented for introduction when attending a business meeting or formal social gathering
warrant card
A police identification card, sometimes accompanied by a badge
card

    Расстановка переносов

    Card

    Турецкое произношение

    kärd

    Произношение

    /ˈkärd/ /ˈkɑːrd/

    Этимология

    [ kärd ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. From Old French carde, from Old Provençal carda, deverbal from carder, from Late Latin *caritare, from Latin carrere (“to comb with a card”), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)ker (“to cut”)

    Общие Словосочетания

    card holder

    Видео

    ... making sure that if you take out a credit card there's some ...
    ... So you can click on something in the knowledge card and open ...

    Слово дня

    onychophagia
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