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travel card

Syllabification: trav·el card

Definition of travel card in English:

noun

A prepaid card allowing unlimited travel on buses or trains for a specified period of time: a one-day travel card
More example sentences
  • How come you are allowed to run up a bill on a travel card?
  • Unable to get a taxi, she heads for Charing Cross tube station, buys a used travel card from a homeless girl and waits for the last train.
  • I like walking and during that time it was obvious I would choose walks within London because I could afford a travel card but I could not go further afield.

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