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  • n. A card, resembling a credit card, used for payment — especially for some specific product or service, as with a phonecard.
  • n. A credit card


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

charge +‎ card


  • McCain's not responsible for them not paying their cellie bills, or running out on that Sears chargecard.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Anyone buying M&S travel money using their M&S credit card or chargecard between 1 May - 30 June 2008 was entered into a prize draw to win one million M&S points.

    Bolton mum becomes M&S points millionaire

  • They wouldn't have charged a couple TRILLION for an elective war, on the China chargecard!

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Congress has held several hearings on abuses in the chargecard system, and last week the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee approved legislation requiring agencies to establish safeguards and controls for card systems and set penalties for violations.


  • I will remind myself never, ever to go to Spain unless I have a) an empty suitcase and b) an unlimited chargecard for just such a selection..

    The Polka-Dot Motherland - A Dress A Day


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