a plastic card, similar to a credit card, containing data on an embedded magnetized strip that can electronically unlock a door, activate a machine, etc.

a magnetically encoded plastic card that can be used as a key in a door or to operate some other electronic device, such as an ATM; also called card key , also written keycard


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