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return ticket

n
Brit a ticket entitling a passenger to travel to his or her destination and back again. US and Canadian equivalent: round-trip ticket

return ticket

roundtrip ticket
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.return ticket - a ticket to a place and back (usually over the same route)
ticket - a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment)
day return - a return ticket (at reduced fare) for traveling both ways in the same day
Translations
تَذْكِرَة ذَهاب وإياب
zpáteční jízdenka
returbillet
menettérti jegy
miîi sem gildir fram og tilbaka
gidiş-dönüş bileti

return

(rəˈtəːn) verb
1. to come or go back. He returns home tomorrow; He returned to London from Paris yesterday; The pain has returned.
2. to give, send, put etc (something) back where it came from. He returned the book to its shelf; Don't forget to return the books you borrowed.
3. I'll return to this topic in a minute.
4. to do (something) which has been done to oneself. She hit him and he returned the blow; He said how nice it was to see her again, and she returned the compliment.
5. (of voters) to elect (someone) to Parliament.
6. (of a jury) to give (a verdict). The jury returned a verdict of not guilty.
7. (in tennis etc) to hit (a ball) back to one's opponent. She returned his serve.
noun
1. the act of returning. On our return, we found the house had been burgled; (also adjective) a return journey.
2. especially in United Kingdom, a round-trip ticket, a return ticket. Do you want a single or a return?
reˈturnable adjective
that can be or that must be returned.
return match
a second match played between the same (teams of) players. We played the first match on our football pitch – the return match will be on theirs.
return ticket
a round-trip ticket, allowing a person to travel to a place and back again to where he started.
by return (of post)
by the very next post. Please send me your reply by return (of post).
in return (for)
as an exchange (for something). We'll send them whisky and they'll send us vodka in return: They'll send us vodka in return for whisky.
many happy returns (of the day)
an expression of good wishes said to a person on his birthday. He visited his mother on her birthday to wish her many happy returns.

to return (not return back) someone's book.
References in classic literature ?
He took a return berth from London to Liverpool; and when he got to Liverpool, the only thing he was anxious about was to sell that return ticket.
You're all in the ends of the earth, it seems to me, as soon as you get your necks out of the educational collar, for midsummer holidays, long vacations, or what not--going round Ireland, with a return ticket, in a fortnight; dropping your copies of Tennyson on the tops of Swiss mountains; or pulling down the Danube in Oxford racing boats.
I determined to take a return ticket and jolt my old bones down to Cumberland, on the chance of persuading him to adopt the just, the independent, and the honourable course.
Not having enough money to pay the cost of such a journey, he borrowed the price of a return ticket from Sanders and arranged to stay with a friend in Washington, to save a hotel bill that he could not afford.
He did not seem to know which was the right end of his return ticket.
Return tickets to Delhi/Mumbai and Bengaluru will cost Dh699 and Dh749, respectively, while a return ticket to Nagpur will cost Dh899.
Back in January, Martin Gallagher spent PS159 on a fare from London to Liverpool for stranded pharmacy student Grace Georgina, who had lost her return ticket.
Lascanas' return ticket was April 22 but to date, there has been no record of his return.
The same Black Friday return ticket offer from Dubai to Europe starts at Dh2,140.
My friend understood that upon the completion of his employment contract he was entitled to a fully paid return ticket to his home country
When I checked with travel agents here, the return ticket price was too high.
Debbie received a premium economy return ticket to any British Airways destination of her choice and Al Noaimi was presented with an economy return ticket to the destination of his choice.