Meaning of postal card in English:

postal card

noun

another term for postcard
‘The golden era of the postcard had only begun since it was in 1894 that Britain's postal authorities permitted the sending of postal cards through its system at a special 1/2d stamp rate.’
  • ‘Infact, I myself have forgotten the art of writing a letter, the format of a letter, the joy of reading a hand written mail and beaming over a familiar handwriting on a brown postal card.’
  • ‘The ‘penny post’ and the halfpenny postal card enabled even poor people to communicate relatively cheaply over great distances.’
  • ‘Even people who feel that they ‘have nothing to hide’ typically use curtains on their bedroom windows and send mail sealed in envelopes rather than postal cards.’