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Paper and cards for letters and greetings

aerogram

noun

a piece of very thin paper used for sending a letter by airmail

announcement

noun

a card that you send to people to tell them something personal, for example that your baby has been born or that you are going to get married

calling card

noun

a small card that a visitor leaves with their name and address printed on it

card

noun

a piece of thick stiff paper folded into two equal parts, with a picture and a message on it

card

noun

a postcard

greeting card

noun

a card you give or send to someone on a special occasion such as their birthday

letterhead

noun

the name and address of an organization as it is printed on their official writing paper

notecard

noun

a folded card which you use for writing a short letter to someone

notelet

noun

a notecard

notepaper

noun

paper used for writing personal letters or notes

picture postcard

noun

a postcard with a picture on the front

postcard

noun

a small card that you write on one side of and send to someone in the mail. It usually has a picture on it and is sent from a place you are visiting.

visiting card

noun

a calling card

writing paper

noun

paper that you use for writing letters

kimchi

a Korean dish made from fermented cabbage or other vegetables, garlic and spices

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