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card index

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card file

n
(Library Science & Bibliography) an index in which each item is separately listed on systematically arranged cards
vb
(Library Science & Bibliography) (tr) to make such an index of (a book)
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Noun1.card index - an alphabetical listing of items (e.g., books in a library) with a separate card for each item
file cabinet, filing cabinet, file - office furniture consisting of a container for keeping papers in order
Rolodex - (trademark) a desktop rotary card index with removable cards; usually used for names, addresses, and telephone numbers; "a news reporter has to have a good Rolodex"
Translations

card index

nKartei f; (in library) → Katalog m

card index

nschedario
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On Hardekopf's credit card index, average interest rates on cards have climbed to roughly 13.5% as of press time.
Initially, information was stored on a card index. Latterly, information is collated and entered on computer.
Deputy information commissioner David Smith said information on around 3,000 workers was held by the Consulting Association in paper files and a card index database: around 40 construction companies would send the association lists of people they were considering hiring to work on building sites and would then receive details from their files over the phone.
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