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e-ticket

Syllabification: e-tick·et
Pronunciation: /ˈēˌtikit
 
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Definition of e-ticket in English:

noun

trademark A reservation for an airline flight for which the details are recorded electronically without the issuing of a paper ticket.
Example sentences
  • By 2006, airlines hope to have completely replaced paper tickets with e-tickets.
  • Electronic tickets - or e-tickets - have become ubiquitous at airports, especially for domestic flights.
  • The new ways we do mundane things - tour colleges electronically, board airlines with e-tickets, and communicate digitally with family and friends - are now second nature, integral to our lives.

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