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Definition of cash card in English:

noun

British
A plastic card issued by a bank or building society which enables the holder to withdraw money from a cash machine.
Example sentences
  • But eventually, it would be able to perform financial functions, making it a credit card, cash card, and debit card all in one.
  • She abused his hospitality, running up a very large telephone bill, stealing his money and using his cash card and credit card.
  • I only knew the PIN for my cash card, not my credit card.

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