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She sent me a lovely card on my birthday.
The card read, ‘Get Well Soon! Love from all at the office’.
Did we get a Christmas card from your brother this year?
I’ve always been lucky at cards.
Let’s play cards this evening.
There’s time for a quick game of cards.
The cards never lie.
She said she had seen our future in the cards.
I handed the assistant my library card.
I can’t find my membership card for the sports centre.
They said they were police and flashed cards at us.
I gave the waiter my card.
She produced her Visa card and paid the bill.
His strongest card was his friendship with the prince.
You’ll have to install a new Ethernet card.
She still has one card up her sleeve – she knows the director.
The kidnappers seemed to hold all the cards.
In business, it pays to play your cards close to your chest.
I’m going to lay my cards on the table and say that I don’t like the idea.
This is the British English definition of card. View American English definition of card.