A person putting a credit card in their wallet.
wallet definition by Webster's New World
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- Archaic a knapsack
- ☆ a flat pocketbook, as of leather, with compartments for paper money, cards, etc.; billfold
Origin: Middle English walet ; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps
wallet definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A flat pocket-sized folding case, usually made of leather, for holding paper money, cards, or photographs; a billfold.
Origin: Middle English walet, knapsack, possibly from Old North French *walet, roll, knapsack; see wel-2 in Indo-European roots.
wallet - Computer Definition