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  • noun A card used to aid rote memorization. One side of the card contains data of one kind, or a question, and the other side contains the associated response which one wants to memorize. For example, one side could contain an English word, and the other side the Spanish translation.
  • noun electronics a solid state digital memory storage format, commonly found on computers, digital cameras and cellphones

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  • noun a card with words or numbers or pictures that is flashed to a class by the teacher


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