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credit card

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcredit cardˈcredit card ●●● S2 noun [countable]  BBTPAY FORa small plastic card that you use to buy goods or services and pay for them later We accept all major credit cards.
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credit cardIt attracted a large Customs and Excise office and the Access credit card headquarters, but tourists were not encouraged.Then there are your personal papers, such as credit card statements, bank statements, insurance documents, etc.My employer recently announced that we have to get a company credit card to use for expenses.They also caused a serious credit card scare by obtaining users' card details.Many retailers offer discounts on merchandise when you open a store credit card.Add up your credit card debt.
From Longman Business Dictionarycredit cardˈcredit cardBANKING a plastic card that you can use to buy goods. At the end of each month you pay all or part of the total amount you have spent, and interest is charged on any amount not paidHe paid by credit card.What is your total credit card debt? card
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