Definition of long card in English:

long card


  • 1Conjuring. A card (typically a playing card) which is slightly longer or wider than the others in the deck or pack, and used to facilitate conjuring tricks.

  • 2Contract Bridge. A low card from a suit from which four or more cards are held or have been played.


Late 18th century. From long + card.


long card

/ˌlɒŋ ˈkɑːd/