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American English: /ˈdɑkət/
British English: /ˈdɒkɪt/

Translation of docket in Spanish:


  • 1 1.1
    (American English) (Law)
    lista (feminine) de casos
    Example sentences
    • With no judge in sight, prosecutors started summoning each person on the docket to a desk at the front of the room for a brief conference.
    • The so-called enemy combatants have the next best thing to due process: a hearing on the docket in the Supreme Court of the United States.
    • He won, and made good by pushing the Legislature to put the issue on the docket in February.
    1.2 (agenda)
    Example sentences
    • Interleague action against the N.L. East is on the docket, with tough series against the Phillies and Braves.
    • Normally, rescue is first on the docket for Navy teams.
    • The psychology of all these issues is on the docket.
  • 2 (British English) (Business) 2.1 (label)
    (delivery note)
    resguardo (masculine) de entrega
    2.2 (customs certificate)
    certificado (masculine) de aduana
    Example sentences
    • PayPal contacted Mr Eddy to ask if he had any proof, such as a shipping docket, to show that he had posted the items.
    Example sentences
    • The health department is working with the British supermarket chain to introduce shopping dockets that contain the fat content and calorie information of the products being purchased.
    • So why did he take it upon himself to destroy those documents when other types of patient records from that period were left intact and similar dispatch dockets in other blood banks were not destroyed?
    • Warehouse dockets are a good example - the impact of the dot matrix daisywheel will go through layers of paper to make additional copies.

transitive verb

  • (British English) (Business)
    Example sentences
    • When he bought the property, Mr Green ordered the building to be dismantled and all the woodwork was carefully docketed and numbered.

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