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Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

spade /speɪd/ n
  1. a tool for digging, typically consisting of a flat rectangular steel blade attached to a long wooden handle
  2. an object or part resembling a spade in shape
  3. a cutting tool for stripping the blubber from a whale or skin from a carcass
  4. call a spade a spadeto speak plainly and frankly
  1. (transitive) to use a spade on
Etymology: Old English spadu; related to Old Norse spathi, Old High German spato, Greek spathē blade

ˈspader n
spade /speɪd/ n
  1. the black symbol on a playing card resembling a heart-shaped leaf with a stem
  2. a card with one or more of these symbols or (when pl) the suit of cards so marked, usually the highest ranking of the four
  3. a derogatory word for Black1
  4. in spadesinformal in an extreme or emphatic way
Etymology: 16th Century: from Italian spada sword, used as an emblem on playing cards, from Latin spatha, from Greek spathē blade, broadsword

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