show card

show card
noun
a poster advertising a show or play
Hypernyms: ↑poster, ↑posting, ↑placard, ↑notice, ↑bill, ↑card
Part Meronyms: ↑top billing

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noun
: an advertising placard or display card

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an advertising placard or card.
[1840-50]

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show card noun
1. A shopkeeper's advertising card
2. A card of patterns
3. A show bill
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Main Entry:show

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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