|visiting card||business card|
|(Slang) win, be victorious; defeat, beat; fail, be unsuccessful; cause failure, make unsuccessful, cheep, contagious poultry disease, make shrill noise, mark on playing card, minor ailment, rootstock or flower, section of pineapple skin, seed of fruit,...||pip|
|18C card game||ombre; omber|
|18thC card game, music for quadrille, square dance for four couples; music for this dance; card game for four players, square dance of French origin||quadrille|
|24th letter of English alphabet, 24th letter of the alphabet, a Cartesian coordinate along the x-axis, an algebraic variable, any card that is not an honor, by, erase, nix, cross out with an X, ex, extension||x|
|a card for mounting microfilmed pages||aperture card|
|a trademark for a type of desktop card-index system in which cards containing names, addresses, and telephone numbers are attached to but removable from a central cylinder||Rolodex|
|A-Z card file, be listed, catalogue, course list, enter something in catalog, exhibition guide, itemized list, list of books, list of goods for sale, list series of things or events, make a catalog, make an itemized list, prospectus||catalog|
|accelerant, chemical that speeds up reaction, device for giving particles high velocities, gas pedal of a motor vehicle; (Computers) expansion card or other hardware item that accelerates specific computer operations (such as the processing of graphics...||accelerator|
|ace relief pitcher, card that prevents taking of suit, close with stopper, cork or plug, person or thing that stops; device which closes an opening, somebody or something that stops something, stopple||stopper|
|act a role subtly, do subtly, play a lower card, play a role in a subdued manner, act out a part sketchily; underemphasize||underplay|
|act done by single person, alone, unaccompanied, card game for individual players, do something without help or accompaniment, done by one person, for a single performer, musical composition played or sung by one person; performance by a single person;...||solo|
|act of announcing and displaying cards (in a card game); combination of cards to be melded, announce or lay down a combination of cards (in a card game) for a score; blend, merge, combine, hand of shown or declared cards, show a hand of cards||meld|
|act of discarding, play card, reject card, something discarded, something which is discarded, garbage, refuse, scrap, throw away, get rid of||discard|
|act of having recourse to, frequent visiting, have recourse, utilize a source of help, much-visited place, popular vacation site, place of recreation; source of help, source of protection, vacation place||resort|
|act of traveling about and visiting tourist attractions, for the purpose of touring; involved in visiting tourist attractions, visiting sights||sightseeing|
|act of visiting or attending regularly||frequentation|
|act of visiting stores and buying merchandise, activity of going to shop, goods purchased in shops, pertaining to shopping, pertaining to the act of buying merchandise at retail stores||shopping|
|adaptor, device for connecting unlike parts, electric connector, person or thing that adapts; device used to join unmatching parts; expansion card, circuit board that connects to the motherboard and enables a computer to work with a particular piece of...||adapter|
|advertise or announce with placards, notice displayed in public, post notices, post announcements; publicize, announce using notices or posters, banner; public notice, announcement displayed in a public place, put placards on something, small card or m...||placard|
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