green card

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green card (plural green cards)

  1. (US) A US work permit, officially known as United States Permanent Resident Card.
  2. (field hockey) A warning card, given to a player for an infraction of the rules. A further infraction may warrant a yellow card or red card.

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green card m (plural green cards)

  1. green card (United States work permit)