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e-card

Syllabification: e-card

Definition of e-card in English:

noun

A digital version of a greeting card, typically accessed by the recipient via a hyperlink in an email: the next day she sent him an animated e-card that told him how special he was to her
More example sentences
  • Please people send me a e-card or get me a present or both, thanks.
  • So that's why I'm boycotting greeting cards: this year, Wayne will be getting an e-card of a dancing monkey.
  • But don't try to get me to make some statement about it in the form of an e-card or something.

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