Definitions

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  • n. A card that allows the bearer to pass a security checkpoint.

Etymologies

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pass +ā€Ž card

Examples

  • Zipcar, an urban car-rental firm, uses wireless services to let customers find available cars, open the car door with the sweep of a passcard and send usage data back to the company for billing at the end of a rental.

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  • Hillary dressed as the morning maid using her passcard to enter the Iranian Chief of Delegation suite.

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  • And not only does he have the Dragunov, but also the high-tech passcard Michael copied weeks ago.

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  • When I absentmindedly went into the stairwell with my breakfast in hand and realized I still didn't have a passcard and was trapped until some kind denizen came down from the fourth floor, I found myself thinking of Alexander.

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  • So I have fashioned a nifty thing from one of those daggy passcard clip/extendable elastic thing so the keys almost never get detached from the bag.

    Lost

  • She came in through the night entrance, using her passcard, and Beirkoff met her at the doorway.

    Beyond World's End

  • I have attempted several times to decript the Sith passcard and finally figured out some of the sequences.

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  • He gives you a passcard to let you into the room with a sub so you can go down to the station.

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  • I told you to do it this way because it doesn't matter if you use the passcard.

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  • Yes, the passcard you found on one of the bodies does grant you free access to the terminal you used a short while ago.

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