card school

[ kahrd-skool ]
/ ˈkɑrd ˌskul /

noun British Informal.

a gathering of cardplayers, especially those who meet regularly to play poker: My card school is at Jerry’s tonight, so I’ll probably sleep over.

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Origin of card school

First recorded in 1990–95
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