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calling card in Daily life topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcalling cardˈcalling card noun [countable]  American EnglishBD a small card with a name and often an address printed on it, that people in the past gave to people they visited syn visiting card British English
Examples from the Corpus
calling cardOn a longer call, however, a calling card can be cheaper than a prepaid phone card.Until 1900, cards were not signed, but hand delivered with a calling card.We left our calling card on the enemy with those bombs at the checkpoint.That little yodel in the chorus serves as a personal calling card.