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ticket US English

A piece of paper or small card that gives the holder a certain right, especially to enter a place, travel by public transport, or participate in an event

e-ticket US English

A reservation for an airline flight for which the details are recorded electronically without the issuing of a paper ticket

all-ticket US English

Denoting an event, especially a sports match, for which spectators must buy tickets in advance

big-ticket US English

Constituting a major expense

pawn ticket US English

A ticket issued by a pawnbroker in exchange for an article pawned, bearing particulars of the loan

sick ticket US English

A person with an affinity for sick humor

hot ticket US English

A person or thing that is much in demand

high-ticket US English

Another term for big-ticket.

meal ticket US English

A person or thing that is used as a source of regular income

rover ticket US English

A ticket permitting unlimited travel on buses, trains, or other public transport in an area for a specified period

season ticket US English

A ticket for a period of travel or a series of events that costs less than purchasing several separate tickets

dream ticket US English

A pair of candidates standing together for political office who are ideally matched to attract widespread support

ticket holder US English

A person who has bought a ticket, especially for a sporting fixture or other event

ticket office US English

An office or kiosk where tickets are sold, especially for entertainment events or travel accommodations

swing ticket US English

An information tag attached by a string to an article for sale

platform ticket US English

A ticket allowing a non-traveller access to a railway station platform

parking ticket US English

A notice telling a driver of a fine imposed for parking illegally, typically attached to a car windshield

commutation ticket US English

A ticket issued at a reduced rate by a railroad or bus company, entitling the holder to travel a given route a fixed number of times or during a specified period

punch one's ticket US English

Do or achieve something that enables one to progress to the next step

write one's ticket US English

Dictate one’s own terms

ticket of leave US English

A document granting certain concessions, especially leave, to a prisoner or convict who had served part of their time

split the ticket US English

Vote for candidates of more than one party

punch one's ticket in ticket US English

Deliberately undertake particular assignments that are likely to lead to promotion at work

write one's ticket in ticket US English

Dictate one’s own terms

ticket to/out of in ticket US English

A method of getting into or out of (a specified state or situation)

split the ticket in split US English

Vote for candidates of more than one party

straight US English

Supporting all the principles and candidates of one political party

the ticket in ticket US English

The desirable or correct thing

return ticket in return US English

A ticket that allows someone to travel to a place and back again; a round trip ticket

split the ticket or one's vote in split US English

Vote for candidates of more than one party

punch one's ticket in punch1 US English

Do or achieve something that enables one to progress to the next step

write one's own ticket in ticket US English

Dictate one’s own terms

ticket US Thesaurus

present your ticket at the gate

ticket English-Spanish

boleto

ticket Spanish-English

→ tíquet

air ticket English-Spanish

pasaje masculine, aéreo especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina, billete, boleto

all-ticket English-Spanish

con reserva previa

big-ticket English-Spanish

caro, costoso

meal ticket English-Spanish

she thought she had a meal ticket for life

ticket tout English-Spanish

revendedor, -dora masculine, feminine de entradas

season ticket English-Spanish

abono masculine (de temporada)

ticket booth English-Spanish

taquilla feminine, boletería feminineLatin America/América Latina

ticket office English-Spanish

mostrador masculine(or ventanilla feminineetc) de venta de pasajes (or billetes etc)


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