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trading card

noun

Simple Definition of trading card

  • : a card that usually has pictures of and information about someone (such as an athlete) and that is part of a set which you collect by exchanging cards with other people

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of trading card

  1. :  a card that usually has pictures of and information about someone (such as an athlete) and that is part of a set which is collected by exchanging cards with other people

Word by Word Definitions

tradeplay trading
  1. :  a path traversed :  way

    :  a track or trail left by a person or animal :  tread

    :  a customary course of action :  practice

  1. :  to have dealings :  negotiate

    :  to engage in the exchange, purchase, or sale of goods

    :  to make one's purchases :  shop

  1. :  of, relating to, or used in trade

    :  intended for or limited to persons in a business or industry

    :  serving others in the same business rather than the ultimate user or consumer

cardplay
  1. :  to cleanse, disentangle, and collect together (as fibers) by the use of cards preparatory to spinning

  1. :  an instrument or machine for carding fibers that consists usually of bent wire teeth set closely in rows in a thick piece of leather fastened to a back

    :  an implement for raising a nap on cloth

  1. :  playing card

    :  a game played with cards

    :  card playing

  1. :  to place or fasten on or by means of a card

    :  to provide with a card

    :  to list or record on a card


TRADING CARD Defined for Kids

trading card

noun

Definition of trading card for Students

  1. :  a card that usually has pictures and information about someone or something and that is part of a set that is collected by trading with other people




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