If one says on the cards in British English, or in the cards in American English, it means that something is going to happen very likely.
My classmate told me that an offer from MIT was on the cards. As per the lastest poll, it is in the cards that the result of the upcoming election may produce a hung parliament.
by Yourtheron March 11, 2018
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an amusingly eccentric person
You're such a card!
by Anonymous June 26, 2003
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To be checked for ID when entering an overage area (club, casino etc)
I can't believe that security guard carded me when i was coming in!
by Dalo September 13, 2004
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The act of obtaining someone else's credit card information, by either wordtrashing/word which hardly works anymore, or hacking an online store, or simply looking at someone else's card and writing down it's number and exp. date. Once the card info is obtained the person doing the carding will usually have a drop point (an empty house or building) and have the items ordered with the credit card shipped there to make the whole act pretty untraceable.
I'm carding a phat new laptop computer.
by Phender August 5, 2003
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Carding Defines DaniWorldWide,

Carding Is Obtaining Someone else's Payment Information, And using that to buy Thing's Illegally,

The things bought Digitally Will Eventually Get Revoked. And GG You Got Scammed.

Just Like V-Buck's :_)
Dani Is Carding V-Buck's, And Scammed Thousand's Of People.
by OreoServices January 14, 2021
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A word that old people use to say you have a unique personality.
Haha, you're such a card.
by The Ich July 13, 2006
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1. an amusing or eccentric person

2. something used to achieve a purpose

3. to require someone to show an ID for purchase, participation, etc
This tag was his card in court.
by The Return of Light Joker December 2, 2009
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