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cash card キャッシγƒ₯カード
How to say “cash card” in Japanese? “キャッシγƒ₯カード”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “キャッシγƒ₯カード” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on cash card in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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キャッシγƒ₯カード info.

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Picture the English word "cash" turning into "キャッシγƒ₯" (kyasshu) and "card" into "カード" (kaado). It's essentially a phonetic translation.
– Think of using "キャッシγƒ₯カード" (kyasshu kaado) at an ATM in Japan, where the screen displays both Japanese and English instructions, reinforcing the term.

– "キャッシγƒ₯" (kyasshu) is a direct borrowing of the English word "cash."
– "カード" (kaado) is also a direct borrowing from the English word "card."
– Combined, "キャッシγƒ₯カード" (kyasshu kaado) literally translates to "cash card," meaning a card that can be used to access cash from your bank account.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– "ιŠ€θ‘Œγ‚«γƒΌγƒ‰" (γŽγ‚“γ“γ†γ‚«γƒΌγƒ‰, ginkou kaado) – literally means "bank card," though less common in everyday use compared to "キャッシγƒ₯カード."

Alternate Meanings and Slang:
– "キャッシγƒ₯カード" primarily refers to a bank-issued card used for cash withdrawals and transactions. There are no notable slang uses for this specific term.

Examples of Sentences that Use it:
1. 彼はATMでキャッシγƒ₯γ‚«γƒΌγƒ‰γ‚’δ½Ώγ£γŸγ€‚
(γ‹γ‚Œγ―γ‚¨γƒΌγƒ†γ‚£γƒΌγ‚¨γƒ γ§γ‚­γƒ£γƒƒγ‚·γƒ₯γ‚«γƒΌγƒ‰γ‚’γ€γ‹γ£γŸγ€‚)
Kare wa E-TΔ«-Emu de kyasshu kaado o ttta.
He used his cash card at the ATM.

2. キャッシγƒ₯γ‚«γƒΌγƒ‰γ‚’ε€±γγ—γ¦γ—γΎγ„γΎγ—γŸγ€‚
Kyasshu kaado o nakue shimaimaa.
I lost my cash card.

3. 新しいキャッシγƒ₯γ‚«γƒΌγƒ‰γ‚’η”³γ—θΎΌγ‚€εΏ…θ¦γŒγ‚γ‚ŠγΎγ™γ€‚
Atarashii kyasshu kaado o moushikomu hitsuyou ga arimasu.
I need to apply for a new cash card.

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