the king, queen, or jack of playing cards.
(in a pack of playing cards) a king, queen, or jack of any suit Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) court card

noun phrase

An important person; star; big shot: Oh, don’t be so modest, you’re a face card yourself now (1970s+)


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