Definition of bank card in English:

bank card

Syllabification: bank card

noun

A plastic card issued by a bank which enables a customer to withdraw money at an automated teller machine.
More example sentences
  • If there does have to be some way of ‘definitively’ proving that a passport, ID card, or bank card belongs to the person holding it, then fingerprints or iris scans are relatively simple and immutable.
  • I had up to fifty dollars, my bank card and important cards like my driving license and my health card.
  • Fraudsters have stolen thousands of pounds from innocent shoppers in a highly - sophisticated bank card machine scam in York.

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