1. (written communication) (Spain)
Hijo, mándanos una cartica de vez en cuando. - Pero, mamá, si os mando SMS constantemente.Son, send us a letter from time to time. - But, mom, I'm constantly sending you texts.
b. small letter (brief)
Yo no llamaría a lo que nos envió carta, sino cartica.I wouldn't call what he sent us a letter, but a small letter instead.
c. note (brief)
Solo nos mandó una cartica de cuatro líneas diciendo que se encontraba bien.She only sent us a four-line note saying that she was OK.
2. (list of dishes) (Spain)
El camarero nos trajo la cartica, y resultó que todos los nombres de los platos estaban en francés.The waiter brought us the menu, and it turned out the names of all the dishes were written in French.
3. (in a deck) (Spain)
¿A quién le toca repartir las carticas ahora?Whose turn is to deal the cards now?
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