Ecarte



[ey-kahr-tey; British ey-kahr-tey; French ey-kar-tey] /ˌeɪ kɑrˈteɪ; British eɪˈkɑr teɪ; French eɪ karˈteɪ/

noun
1.
a card game for two players.
/eɪˈkɑːteɪ; French ekarte/
noun
1.
a card game for two, played with 32 cards and king high
2.
(ballet)

n.

card game for two played with 32 cards, 1824, from French écarté, literally “discarded,” past participle of écarter “to discard,” from e- (see ex-) + carte (see card (n.)).

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