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e-card

(ˈiːkɑːd)
n
1. (Communications & Information) a pictorial greetings card sent via the internet
2. (Communications & Information) an identity card, credit card, etc containing coded information which may be read or written to electronically
3. (Communications & Information) a proof of membership etc recorded and identified electronically, rather than by means of a paper or plastic card
[C20: e-2 + card1]
Translations

e-card

n abbr of electronic cardE-Card f, → elektronische Grußkarte
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Phase one saw the issuance of e-cards to all government and rental vehicles as well as taxis, while the second phase will cover vehicles owned by companies.
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