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Definition of "e-card" [e-card]

  • A pictorial greetings card sent via the internet (noun)
  • An identity card, credit card, etc containing coded information which may be read or written to electronically (noun)
  • A proof of membership etc recorded and identified electronically, rather than by means of a paper or plastic card (noun)
  • Alternative form of ecard. (noun)

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Use "e-card" in a sentence
  • "If you haven't sent out a card yet, get busy like one of Santa's helpers and design your own e-card."
  • "• Valentine's by the numbers: The government's premier statistical agency issued a holiday e-card."
  • "Enthusem promises to bring the two worlds together, so you can send a physical card to accompany an e-card that you create yourself."