⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'time card' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a time card | time cards
time cardStechkarte {f}
time cardStempelkarte {f}
time cardZeitkontrollkarte {f}
job time card
Laufzeitkarte {f}
time clock cardStechkarte {f}
time-punch cardStechkarte {f}
time and job cardArbeitslohnkarte {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • A game time card (GTC, also called game time code) generally refers to a type of voucher that allows a player subscription time to a certain online video game, usually a massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG).
  • At the time Card was not planning on expanding "Prentice Alvin and the No-Good Plow" into a novel series.
  • The "Call of Duty Real-Time Card Game" was announced by card manufacturer Upper Deck.
  • The WEC is a time-card enduro, whereby a number of stages are raced in a time trial against the clock over a course of at least 200 km (124 miles) consisting of both paved and unpaved trails and roads (up to 30% of the course may be on public or private asphalted roads).
  • It introduced the technology of sending virtual one-time card numbers in Visa's 3-D Secure first in the world for its customers' security.
  • A time clock, similar to the one that stamps work hours on a time card, is used to stamp times on each tag.
  • Avantair provided fractional ownership, leasing and time card options within a fleet of twin-turboprop-engined P.180 aircraft.
  • A real-time card game is a card game in which there are no turns and all players may act simultaneously (that is, in real-time).
  • "Fightball" is a real-time card game designed by James Ernest and Mike Selinker and published by Cheapass Games in 2002.
  • Students fill out a time card for the number of hours that they have done in school.
  • "Brawl" is a real-time card game designed by James Ernest and released in 1999 by Cheapass Games.
  • Factory workers may often have a "time card" (also known as punch card) and "punch in" by inserting their card into an automatic timestamp machine (called a time clock or bundy clock) when starting and ending their work shift, though other card technologies such as swipe cards have become more prevalent.
  • In mechanical time clocks, this was accomplished by inserting a heavy paper card, called a time card, into a slot on the time clock.
  • Common examples of this type of timestamp are a postmark on a letter or the "in" and "out" times on a time card.
  • The town hosts annual Welsh 2 Day Enduro in June. The enduro started in 1952, and is the UK's biggest time card motorcycle enduro event. The event covers 300 miles, over 2 days, with 500 competitors.
  • Race teams have gathered in Connecticut to start a cross-country car race. One at a time, teams drive up to the starters' stand, punch a time card to indicate their time of departure, then take off.
  • In addition to traditional Time Card Enduros held over a long lap, a variety of other forms of sport have been taken up; notably "Short Course Enduros", a shorter (in lap length) form of Time Card Enduros Hare scrambles and "Hare and Hounds".
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