A resource or an argument, used to achieve a purpose. (noun)
Any flat, normally rectangular piece of stiff paper, plastic etc. (noun)
A map or chart. (noun)
An amusing but slightly foolish person. (noun)
A list of scheduled events or of performers or contestants. (noun)
A tabular presentation of the key statistics of an innings or match: batsmen’s scores and how they were dismissed, extras, total score and bowling figures. (noun)
A removable electronic device that may be inserted into a powered electronic device to provide additional capability. (noun)
A greeting card. (noun)
A business card. (noun)
To check IDs at a venue with a minimum age requirement. (verb)
Material with embedded short wire bristles. (noun)
A comb- or brush-like device or tool to raise the nap on a fabric. (noun)
A hand-held tool formed similarly to a hairbrush but with bristles of wire or other rigid material. It is used principally with raw cotton, wool, hair, or other natural fibers to prepare these materials for spinning into yarn or thread on a spinning wheel, with a whorl or other hand-held spindle. The card serves to untangle, clean, remove debris from, and lay the fibers straight. (noun)
A machine for disentangling the fibres of wool prior to spinning. (noun)
To use a carding device to disentangle the fibres of wool prior to spinning. (verb)
To scrape or tear someone’s flesh using a metal comb, as a form of torture. (verb)
To comb with a card; to cleanse or disentangle by carding. (verb)
To clean or clear, as if by using a card. (verb)
To mix or mingle, as with an inferior or weaker article. (verb)
Examples of word card
When a lane, _i. e._, one entire ray of the star, is opened out, the place of the _inner_ card may be filled by _one card_ from the third circle.
j = (int) (Math. random () * suit. length); card = card+ "of" +suit [j]; return card; my hw is due tmr so please help me.
V. ii.114 (330,6) the card or calendar of gentry] The general preceptor of elegance; the _card_ by which a gentleman is to direct his course; the _calendar_ by which he is to choose his time, that what he does may be both excellent and seasonable.
But unlike credit, whose Latin form was inherited from Indo-European, the word card ultimately reflects borrowing into Latin from Ancient Greek.
Playing the race card is code for we are losing the debate.