Definition of 'ticket'
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Just the ticket with a hearty game casserole. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He and other fans question how tickets get on tout sites so fast. The Sun (2017) Tickets listed at silly prices rarely sell. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The platinum tickets are not resale tickets but are official tickets that have not been sold previously. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You meet where prizes are on offer and luck shines on a lottery ticket. The Sun (2017)This will include cases in which it is cheaper to buy two singles rather than a return ticket. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's the hottest ticket in town. The Sun (2016)Tickets go on sale at 9am today. The Sun (2016)A young man who was too poor to buy a train or bus ticket was determined to make it home for the Chinese new year. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Yet the German might as well have bought a ticket for the game - he was a virtual spectator in the first half. The Sun (2016)This is one of the hottest tickets in town for a star right now. The Sun (2011)There are also cash surprises linked to an unchecked lottery ticket. The Sun (2007)This is just the ticket with fresh oysters and crab. Times, Sunday Times (2012)See match listings and learn how to get your tickets on our website. The Sun (2011)The ticket holder is currently deciding whether or not to go public and share their news. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Apply for your official tickets at tickets. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You can still buy tickets for the game. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The number of tickets allowed each family to invite a family from outside the church. Christianity Today (2000)Only one application for a maximum of two tickets per person. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There is no cash or other alternative to the cinema tickets offered. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The software enters thousands of names and credit card details the instant tickets go on sale. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Tickets must be presented at venue to gain entry. The Sun (2013)So why was the policeman who issued the ticket already parked on the hard shoulder? The Sun (2006)Those who bought tickets on credit cards and sold them to touts were in clover. The Sun (2008)Two free tickets after the first three spends on your card. The Sun (2013)So it is time to get your hair ready for the hottest ticket in town. The Sun (2016)The moon visits your prize chart to add luck to lottery tickets. The Sun (2014) Just the ticket with a fish supper. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Help to choose who gets on ticket. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ticket prices way above the pockets of locals and still to challenge sports such as cricket for popularity. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But his family were left stranded after the airline said he could not fly despite having a return ticket. The Sun (2013)This will save the average season ticket holder 425 over five years. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What not to say'I could have got four standard tickets for this price. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'ticket'
British English: ticket /ˈtɪkɪt/ NOUN
A ticket is an official piece of paper or card which shows that you have paid for a journey or have paid to enter a place of entertainment.
...two tickets for the game.
- American English: ticket
- Arabic: تَذْكِرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: bilhete
- Chinese: 票
- Croatian: karta
- Czech: lístek
- Danish: billet
- Dutch: kaartje
- European Spanish: billete entrada
- Finnish: lippu pääsylippu
- French: billet ticket
- German: Karte Eintritt
- Greek: εισιτήριο
- Italian: biglietto
- Japanese: チケット
- Korean: 표
- Norwegian: billett
- Polish: bilet
- European Portuguese: bilhete
- Romanian: bilet
- Russian: билет
- Spanish: tiquete
- Swedish: biljett
- Thai: ตั๋ว
- Turkish: bilet
- Ukrainian: квиток
- Vietnamese: vé
Definition of ticket from the Collins English Dictionary
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