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cardholder

[ kahrd-hohl-der ]
/ ˈkɑrdˌhoʊl dər /
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noun
a registered member of an organization, especially of a union or a political party, who has been issued a card in evidence of membership.
a person who has a library card.
a person to whom a credit card or bank card is issued.
(on a typewriter) either of a pair of devices able to be raised to hold stiff objects, as envelopes or cards, in place for typing.
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Origin of cardholder

First recorded in 1650–60; card1 + holder
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British Dictionary definitions for cardholder

cardholder
/ (ˈkɑːdˌhəʊldə) /

noun
a person who owns a credit or debit card
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