Definition of Trading card

1. Noun. A card with a picture on it; collected and traded by children.

Specialized synonyms: Baseball Card
Generic synonyms: Card

Definition of Trading card

1. Noun. A collectable card included with tobacco, food or confectionery products and featuring sports, cars, natural history, film characters or other information of interest to purchasers. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trading Card

tradesman's entrance
tradesman's entrances
trading card (current term)
trading cards
trading floor
trading in
trading operations
trading partner
trading pit
trading post
trading posts
trading stamp
traditional Chinese medicine
traditional art

Literary usage of Trading card

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Theme Pockets by Michelle Noble Barnett, Jill Norris, Caitlin Rabanera, Ann Switzer (1999)
"Materials • trading card pattern on page 30, reproduced for students or scanned to ... Cut out the trading card. 4. Reproduce the cards so that students can ..."

2. Futures Markets: Heightened Audit Trail Standards Not Met But Progress Continues by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"(2) Manually record execution times for the first and every fifth trade thereafter on each trading card.38 (3) Limit the number of trades recorded on each ..."

3. How to Report on Books, Grades 1-2 by Jill Norris, Melanie Coon (2005)
"trading card 1. Write the character's name on the card. ... They take home the book and their copy of the trading card pattern on page 57. ..."

4. How to Plan Your School Year: Grades K-6by Jill Norris, Jeff Fessler by Jill Norris, Jeff Fessler (2001)
"Cover the bulletin board with brightly colored butcher paper. 2. Add the caption—trading card Gallery 3. Have students complete trading cards. ..."

5. U. S. Industrial Outlook, 1994: Business Forecasts for 350 Industries (1994)
"In June 1993, after 18 months of testing competing prototypes, the exchanges picked two manufacturers to develop the electronic trading card. ..."

6. Report of the Federal Trade Commission on the Grain Trade by United States Federal Trade Commission (1920)
"THE trading card.—The trading card is the original record of all transactions ... A mark to identify the order will usually be placed on the trading card, ..."

7. Gold Bricks of Speculation: A Study of Speculation and Its Counterfeits, and by John Hill (1904)
"Miller made out a trading card. After I got it I told Mason I wished he would mark the exhaust, so that I would know when my money would run out, ..."

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