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Definition of gold card in English:

noun

( trademark in the US)
A charge card or credit card issued to people with a high credit rating and giving benefits not available with the standard card.
Example sentences
  • Many people believe that if they own a credit card, especially a gold card, and use it to book their holiday, they have automatic travel insurance.
  • While its gold card starts from 11.9 per cent, it can go as high as 14.9 per cent.
  • If you have an annual income of just £20,000, a basic gold card can be had from Bank of Ireland and AIB.

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