An EMV card, or smart card, is a standard card with an embedded microchip and a conventional magnetic stripe. The chip encrypts information to improve data security in a terminal or ATM transaction.
Literal Meanings of EMV/Chip Card
Meanings of Chip:
A small piece of material that is removed when cutting, chopping, or breaking hard materials such as wood or stone.
A hole or mark in an object or hard surface where a small part breaks.
The wood or wood grain is divided into thin strips and used to tie hats or baskets.
A thin piece of food (usually a potato) that gets fried when eaten fried, baked, or dried as a snack.
A small piece of caramel (usually chocolate) that is added to a dessert, cake or dessert.
French fries, especially thick fries
Tiny wafers made of semiconductor material that convert integrated circuits into microchips.
In some games of chance, counters are used to represent money.
Kick or putt (in football, golf and other sports).
Cut or break into hard materials (small pieces).
Breaking on the edge or surface of (a substance or object).
Cut into pieces (hard material) to shape or crush.
(In golf, football and other sports) Kicking or kicking (ball or kicking) To make a kick or short pass.
When a very serious and difficult situation arises.
Sentences of Chip
Pieces of granite
Perforating the wood, they remove the chips with a three to six inch tweezers.
The nest stands on a flat shell made of bark or wood chips or roots, leaves and other plant fibers.
The owners quickly made money, the companies bought wood for wood chips, and the workers at the local sawmill were fired.
The whole room was strewn with pieces of cloth and wood.
I'm a fan of hackneyed chips, but anything from mesquite chips to apple trees can add a distinct flavor to your favorite dish.
He told me to bring firewood and wood to put out the fire.
The blast killed two of them, along with scattered wooden branches and brushes.
Synonyms of Chip
disc, snick, fragment, bit, token, crack, crumble, hew, break off, chisel, piece, scratch, jetton
Meanings of Card:
Used to write or hide very hard, thick paper or thin cardboard.
A thick sheet of paper with the image printed on it, used to send messages or send greetings.
A thick piece of paper shaped like a small rectangle with a person's name and other identification details printed on it, such as an identity card. B. Business card
A small rectangular piece of plastic issued by a bank that contains personal information in a machine-readable form and is primarily used to collect cash or credit.
A play card.
A card game
A program of events on the race track.
Record sports results. Performance table.
Someone who is considered strange.
Write (something) on the cards, mainly for indexing.
Scoring (in golf and other sports) (a certain number of points on the scorecard)
Sentences of Card
The first thing to buy is a piece of thick white paper or thin card that is gently folded into the right corner curve.
The image of the sun can be seen on a small piece of hard cardboard covered with white paper.
You won't have a good idea of the right scent unless you put each one on a different card or sheet of paper.
Mike grabbed a thick, cream-colored square card.
A thin strip of cardboard was placed under his feet to make sure he was completely flat.
Each club has its own group of loyal fans, always wearing club t-shirts, which gather behind doors with flags, torches, maps and toilet paper to celebrate the team.
Synonyms of Card
credentials, cash card, ID, board, birthday card, swipe card, Christmas card, pasteboard, stiff paper, good luck card, get well card, debit card, postcard, sympathy card, papers