noun - Yellow Card (or yellow flag) is a yellow-colored penalty card that indicates an official warning to a swimmer due to unsportsmanlike conduct or an infraction of the rules during an open water race. Two yellow cards equal a Red Card which is an immediate disqualification.
The head referee gave a yellow card to the swimmer who cut across the back of his competitor.
Yellow Flag, warning.
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