(in bridge, whist, and similar card games) Play a trump on (a card of another suit), having no cards of the suit led
Beat (someone or something) by saying or doing something better
if the fetus is human life, that trumps any argument about the freedom of the mother
A trumpet or a trumpet blast
a playing card in the suit that has been declared trumps; "the ace of trumps is a sure winner"
produce a sound as if from a trumpet
outdo: get the better of; "the goal was to best the competition"
cornet: a brass musical instrument with a brilliant tone; has a narrow tube and a flared bell and is played by means of valves
play a trump
proclaim or announce with or as if with a fanfare
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Trump is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.
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(card games) The suit, in a game of cards, that outranks all others; (card games) The suit, in a game of cards, that outranks all others; A playing card of that suit; Something that gives one an advantage, especially one held in reserve; An excellent person; a fine fellow, a good egg; (card ...
A surname, a metonymic occupational name for a trumpeter
(TRUMPS) To be put to one’s trumps: to be in difficulties, or put to one’s shifts. Something may turn up trumps; something lucky may happen. All his cards are trumps: he is extremely fortunate.
(Trumps) (n) See Greater Arcana.
(Trumps) the suit determined by the auction to be that of the contract.
A card that belongs to the suit that has been chosen to have the highest value in a particular game; a trump can take any card of any other suit.
1. in the broad sense, any non-suited card from a Tarot deck, usually 22 in number; 2. in the strict sense, any non-suited card from a Tarot deck excluding the Fool, usually 21 in number. For details, click here.
After the bidding is completed, the person who gets the bid says which suit - Spades, Hearts, Diamonds, or Clubs - will be trumps. That suit will be the most important because trump cards can beat boss cards of other suits.
Each card of the suit, if any, named in the contract.
A suit chosen by the player that wins the bid. In normal legal play, it can only be played as the lead to a trick, or when someone cannot follow suit.
A card in the trump suit whose trick-taking power is greater than any plain suit card
In some games, particular suits or cards become important in winning tricks. For example, if spades (♠) are trumps, player four would win the trick: