- The board that is used for mounting an electrical circuit.
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card — kÉ‘Ëd n. thin and flat object; playing card; postcard; expansion card, circuit board that expands a computer s capabilities (Computers); machine for separating cotton or wool fibers in preparation for spinning; employees documents held by an… … English contemporary dictionary
card — card1 [kärd] n. [ME carde < OFr carte < ML carta, card, paper < L charta, leaf of paper, tablet < Gr chartēs, layer of papyrus; prob. < Egypt] 1. a flat, stiff piece of thick paper or thin pasteboard, usually rectangular, as a) any … English World dictionary
Card Player (magazine) — Card Player magazine is an industry publication and web portal specializing in poker media, poker strategy and poker tournament coverage. The magazine was founded in 1988 by June Field. In 1998 it was bought by Barry Shulman, who is the current… … Wikipedia
Circuit Card — [engl.], Steckkarte … Universal-Lexikon
Card reader — A card reader is a data input device that reads data from a card shaped storage medium. Historically, paper or cardboard punched cards were used throughout the first several decades of the computer industry to store information and write programs … Wikipedia
Circuit City Stores — This article is about the defunct company that operated from 1949 to 2009. For the online retailer owned by Systemax, see CircuitCity.com. Circuit City Stores, Inc. The final 2001 2009 logo Former type Public … Wikipedia
circuit board — noun a printed circuit that can be inserted into expansion slots in a computer to increase the computer s capabilities • Syn: ↑circuit card, ↑board, ↑card, ↑plug in, ↑add in • Hypernyms: ↑printed circuit • … Useful english dictionary
card — I UK [kɑː(r)d] / US [kɑrd] noun Word forms card : singular card plural cards *** 1) [uncountable] British thick stiff paper, thinner than cardboard 2) a) [countable] a piece of thick stiff paper folded into two equal parts, with a picture and a… … English dictionary
card — I. transitive verb Date: 14th century to cleanse, disentangle, and collect together (as fibers) by the use of cards preparatory to spinning • carder noun II. noun Etymology: Middle English carde, from Medieval Latin cardus, carduus, thistle,… … New Collegiate Dictionary
card — I. /kad / (say kahd) noun 1. a piece of stiff paper or thin pasteboard, usually rectangular, for various uses: a business card. 2. → postcard. 3. a piece of cardboard with more or less elaborate ornamentation, bearing a complimentary greeting: a… … Australian English dictionary