A card, either filled out by an employee or stamped by a time clock, recording the employee's starting and quitting times each work day. (noun)
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Use "timecard" in a sentence
"Nobody has suggested Deters use his office as the "timecard" police."
"Box Elder County auditor keeping online 'timecard'"
"Hate to change the subject T, but could you take a frickin 'bloggin' break and do up the timecard due last week?"