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|Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Spanish term or phrase: tarjeta de monedero|
|tarjetas de credito, de debito y monedero|
The "tarjeta monedero" is just like an electronic purse which -- differently than other debit and credit cards -- can be used at small grocery stores, to pay bus fares, everywhere.
The idea consists in a ``smart'' card, which has a magnetic band and a chip, and which will take the place of cash.
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ATM= automated teller machine.
If you are translating into US english, that's how we refer to these cards whether or not they are used at an actual machine or at a point of sale. In US english, at least, there is no "purse card" or "cash card". If British English, then I don't know
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