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card in English:

1. card card


Here's my card.
A schedule is an identity card for time, but, if you don't have a schedule, the time isn't there.
If you cut class or something...it wouldn't surprise you if it showed up on your report card, would it?
Here is my business card. Please call me anytime with more information, said the reporter.
I don't have much money on me right now, but my card has some on it.
Please tell the reservation clerk, Mr Ichiro Takahashi, your credit card number to confirm your reservation.
Not wanting to boast but I've never got better than a 3 on my report card for home economics. Out of 10 that is.
I have a reservation, my name is Kaori Yoshikawa. Here's my confirmation card.
We've got taller so they don't fit. "Right, it's certainly not that we've got fat!" "The useful phrase 'grown up' is our trump card."
If they can get both a forged card and its PIN then all the cash in the bank account will be withdrawn.
The police are really good at understanding "Someone stole my credit card and ran up a lot of charges." It's a lot harder to get them to buy into "Someone stole my magic sword."
Frankly speaking, this 'on board' means "doesn't have a graphics card".
Then I slipped out the card. No water leaks out because no air can come in; the rim is too close to the table for that.
I'd like to send a congratulations card to Madonna for the birth of her baby girl.
2. Draw a boomerang shape on the card with a pen. Cut out the boomerang you've drawn.

English word "card"(card) occurs in sets:

Vocabulary 9
Vocabulary 5