Definition of notecard in English:

notecard

Line breaks: note|card
Pronunciation: /ˈnəʊtkɑːd
 
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noun

1A decorative card with a blank space for a short message.
More example sentences
  • Leave a notecard in the empty space the books once occupied.
  • ‘Robbie abandoned her notepaper's envelope, turning her circular notecard into a postcard,’ Jill Lustig said.
  • All seven cards may be purchased with no inscription for use as notecards.
1.1A small card used for making notes.
More example sentences
  • Every move of each of the classes was diagramed on note cards Daphne had left.
  • You've got the question written out, very clearly, on your little note card.
  • Be sure to mark the insertion of visual aids on your note cards.

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