Tarot cards can have vague meanings, which is why I prefer to use them as a bridge to my own intuition. That means that I do a reading first and then allow what actually happens to define the meaning. So, the Death card in the Shadowscapes deck means to me a physical affliction such as hypertension, fever, or flu. The Death card in a dream tarot deck that I forgot the name of and never read again, meant a literal death. This can be different for another reader.
Aces: potential or a hint of something more. Ace of cups indicates affection or a flash of intuitive insight.
Three of Cups: A party.
The Moon: Loss of clarity for the whole day.
The Star: Ambition or aspiration.
The Tower: Something taken for granted, is taken away.
The Devil: You shouldn't do a thing, but you just really really really want to. So you do the thing, and find out in two weeks why you should not have done the thing.
King of Wands: An annoying mischievous or obnoxious person does or says something that inspires you. Or maybe one or the other, not both.