Definition of 'parking ticket'
Example sentences containing 'parking ticket'
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He left her then, went out to the Commodore; sure enough, there was another parking ticket stuck behind one of the wipers. MURDER SONGJust as if we're two traffic wardens, and he's trying to talk his way out of a parking ticket, Hillsden thought. THE ENDLESS GAMEBut, during the three years he had lived in Brussels, he'd not picked up so much as a parking ticket. A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE
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Translations for 'parking ticket'
British English: parking ticket /ˈpɑːkɪŋ ˈtɪkɪt/ NOUN
A parking ticket is a piece of paper with instructions to pay a fine, and is put on your car when you have parked it somewhere illegally.
I've just got a parking ticket – my first in years.
- American English: parking ticket
- Arabic: عُقُوبَةٌ لِوُقُوفِ السَّيَّارَةِ في مَكَانٍ مـَمْنُوع
- Brazilian Portuguese: multa de estacionamento
- Chinese: 违规停车罚单
- Croatian: kazna za nepropisno parkiranje
- Czech: pokuta za nesprávné parkování
- Danish: parkeringsbøde
- Dutch: parkeerbon
- European Spanish: ticket del aparcamiento
- Finnish: pysäköintisakko
- French: contravention
- German: Strafzettel
- Greek: κλήση για παράνομη στάθμευση
- Italian: biglietto del parcheggio
- Japanese: 駐車違反切符
- Korean: 주차위반 딱지
- Norwegian: parkeringsbot
- Polish: mandat za niewłaściwe parkowanie
- European Portuguese: multa de estacionamento
- Romanian: amendă
- Russian: штрафной талон
- Spanish: ticket del estacionamiento
- Swedish: parkeringsböter
- Thai: ใบสั่ง
- Turkish: otopark bileti
- Ukrainian: штраф за порушення правил паркування
- Vietnamese: vé phạt đỗ xe
Definition of parking ticket from the Collins English Dictionary
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