a small plastic card with magnetic coding that is read electronically when inserted into a scanner and used in place of a key to open locks, hotel doors, etc.
a person authorized to use a particular credit card. noun a person having a particular credit card
a person who plays cards. Historical Examples Yes, but through suppositions one arrives at the fact, responded the cardplayer, whose eyes glowed like burning coals. The Hero of the People Alexandre Dumas
a machine for combing and paralleling fibers of cotton, flax, wool, etc., prior to spinning to remove short, undesirable fibers and produce a sliver. a similar implement for raising the nap on cloth. to dress (wool or the like) with a card. card out, Printing. to add extra space between lines of text, so as […]
a person who plays cards. a painting (1892) by Paul Cézanne. Historical Examples As Buck appeared in the doorway, blinking a little at the lamp-light, the five card-players stared at him in astonishment. Shoe-Bar Stratton Joseph Bushnell Ames The card-players have plunged suddenly in medias res of bargaining. Camps, Quarters and Casual Places Archibald Forbes […]