card

All Noun
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  • If the player has five cards, the player must trade in a set.
  • The player whose turn it is always has the first chance to play cards.
  • For the first series, each episode began with a shot of the title card.
  • Unlike football, a player may receive more than one green or yellow card.
  • The other players each follow with a single card, in the direction of play.
  • Points are awarded based on the point value of cards taken during the hand.
  • Players are not allowed to look at their own face-down cards.
  • Players are not allowed to look at their own face-down cards.
  • All players return their own cards to the board, and the next deal is played.
  • The same is true when a player takes every top card save for one on the cut.
  • The game and the cards must have been in existence long before.
  • With wild cards in play, the best possible hand is a five of a kind.
  • Players can play any card from their hand, or any of their face-up cards.
  • No more than one card may be awarded per turn.
  • Every individual has a lifetime health card which contains a full medical record.
  • Players are not allowed to look at the face-down cards.
  • Players are not allowed to look at the face-down cards.
  • Many other card games have been designed and published on a commercial or amateur basis.
  • If the numbers were written to cards, they would take very much longer to write and read.
  • At the end of the match, the winner would take and keep both cards.
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Meaning of card

  • noun One of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes
    he collected cards and traded them with the other boys
  • noun A card certifying the identity of the bearer
    he had to show his card to get in
  • noun A rectangular piece of stiff paper used to send messages (may have printed greetings or pictures)
    they sent us a card from Miami
  • noun Thin cardboard, usually rectangular
  • noun (golf) a record of scores (as in golf)
    you have to turn in your card to get a handicap
  • verb Ask someone for identification to determine whether he or she is old enough to consume liquor
    I was carded when I tried to buy a beer!