paper stock stiff enough for the printing of business cards and similar uses.
- Card surfing
noun (slang) a form of cash-card fraud in which one person watches another using a cash dispenser, notes his or her personal identification number, and, after an accomplice has stolen the card, uses the card to withdraw cash
a small, light table, usually with folding legs, used mainly for card games. Historical Examples And an hour after midnight Clodagh rose from the card-table, a loser to the extent of over forty pounds. The Gambler Katherine Cecil Thurston The Captain arranged the card-table, whilst Fritz removed the tea-things. Major Frank A. L. G. Bosboom-Toussaint […]
- Card tart
noun (informal) a credit-card holder who continually changes providers, transferring his or her balance to another provider whenever the agreed period of low interest on the prior loan is about to expire
- Card vote
noun (Brit) a vote by delegates, esp at a trade-union conference, in which each delegate’s vote counts as a vote by all his constituents