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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A flat, usually rectangular piece of stiff paper, cardboard, or plastic, especially:
- noun: One of a set or pack bearing significant numbers, symbols, or figures, used in games and in divination.
- noun: A greeting card.
- noun: A post card.
- noun: One bearing a person's name and other information, used for purposes of identification or classification.
- noun: One bearing the image and often the statistics of a sports figure.
- noun: A business card.
- noun: A credit card.
- noun: A magnetic card.
- noun: One used for recording information in a file: an index card; a recipe card.
- noun: Games A game played with cards.
- noun: Games The playing of games with cards.
- noun: A program, especially for a sports event.
- noun: A menu, as in a restaurant.
- noun: A wine list.
- noun: Computer Science A circuit board, especially for use in a computer.
- noun: Computer Science A punch card.
- noun: A compass card.
- noun: Informal An eccentrically amusing person.
- noun: Something, such as an advantageous circumstance or tactical maneuver, that can be used to help gain an objective. Often used with play: "[He believed that] Soviet Russia ... had far more Iranian cards to play than the United States” ( Theodore Draper).
- noun: An appeal to a specified issue or argument, usually one involving strong emotions. Often used with play: "His exposure as a racist ... allowed the defense to play the race card” ( New York Times).
- verb-transitive: To furnish with or attach to a card.
- verb-transitive: To list (something) on a card; catalog.
- verb-transitive: To check the identification of, especially in order to verify legal age.
- verb-transitive: Sports To warn or eject (a soccer player who has committed a flagrant foul) by showing a yellow card or a red card.
- phrasal-verb: card in To sign in, as at a place of business, by use of a magnetic card.
- phrasal-verb: card out To sign out, as from a place of business, by use of a magnetic card.
- idiom: card up (one's) sleeve A secret resource or plan held in reserve: a tough negotiator who had a number of cards up his sleeve.
- idiom: in the cards Likely or certain to happen: My promotion to a higher position just isn't in the cards.
- idiom: put To make frank and clear revelation, as of one's motives or intentions.
- noun: A wire-toothed brush or a machine fitted with rows of wire teeth, used to disentangle fibers, as of wool, prior to spinning.
- noun: A device used to raise the nap on a fabric.
- verb-transitive: To comb out or brush with a card.