Credit-card



noun
1.
a card that identifies a person as entitled to have food, merchandise, services, etc., billed on a charge account.
noun
1.
a card issued by banks, businesses, etc, enabling the holder to obtain goods and services on credit

1952 in the modern sense; the phrase was used late 19c. to mean “traveler’s check.”

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