Definition of phonecard in English:

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phonecard

Pronunciation: /ˈfəʊnkɑːd/

noun

chiefly British
A prepaid card which allows the user to make telephone calls up to a specified number of units using a cardphone.
Example sentences
  • Not only might I very well lose it, I can never be bothered shelling out the extra for the phonecalls when a simple phonecard is much less cumbersome and cheaper to replace in the event of catastrophe.
  • A prisoner hid inside a tiny jail store cupboard for 11 hours and ran a phonecards and tobacco racket.
  • They are not paid in cash, but in phonecards - cash is not allowed inside.

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