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tarjetero

  
a       adj  
el árbitro se mostró muy tarjetero        (Ftbl)   the referee was constantly reaching for his pocket, the referee booked a lot of players  
b       sm   (=cartera)   credit card holder, credit card wallet
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
tarjetero nm.
cardcase

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exp.
the referee booked a lot of players
[Sport] Ftbl
exp.
the referee was constantly reaching for his pocket
[Sport] Ftbl
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"tarjetero": examples and translations in context
Su tarjetero está en el escritorio. His Rolodex is on the desk.
Estuve un mes pasando los datos de ese tarjetero a su Blackberry, y ahora la usa como lámpara de noche. I spent a month putting that rolodex on his blackberry, Which he now uses as a nightlight.
Cada pedido incluye un elegante tarjetero de regalo. Every order comes with a smart, free holder.
Disponible en tres colores, este tarjetero rezuma encanto y elegancia. Available in three colours, the case is smart, but cool too.
El discreto cierre de imán confiere al tarjetero un aspecto profesional y elegante. This case closes with a concealed magnet, keeping a sleek, smart business look.
Mira cómo usa el tarjetero el viejo. Look at that old dude and his rolodex go.
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