English version

card-carrying

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcard-carryingˈcard-ˌcarrying adjective [only before noun]  1 card-carrying member2 believing very strongly in something – used to show disapproval One of them is a card-carrying ecology freak.
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card-carryingAnd Magruder really was a card-carrying bicycle freak who had even ridden his 10-speed to the White House every day.For twenty-two years he was a card-carrying Communist, an activist in the cadre of the party.George Spachtholz has been a proud, card-carrying member of the Loyal Order of the Moose for 45 years.As a card-carrying member of the Wilderness Society, I do not advocate less pristine forest.How many of the extra women on the list are card-carrying members of the Conservative party?
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