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tick·et

 (tĭk′ĭt)
n.
1.
a. A paper slip or card indicating that its holder has paid for or is entitled to a specified service, right, or consideration: a theater ticket; an airline ticket.
b. An e-ticket.
2. A certifying document, especially a captain's or pilot's license.
3. An identifying or descriptive tag attached to merchandise; a label.
4. A list of candidates proposed or endorsed by a political party; a slate.
5. A legal notice to a person charged with a violation of law, especially a minor violation.
6. The proper or desirable thing: A change of scene would be just the ticket for us.
7. Informal A means to an end: "He went to Washington ... to become press secretary ... it was his ticket out of the Delta" (Nicholas Lamann).
tr.v. tick·et·ed, tick·et·ing, tick·ets
1. To provide with a ticket for passage or admission: ticket all passengers through to Amsterdam.
2. To attach a ticket to; tag: items that are ticketed in a pawnshop window.
3. To designate for a specified use or end; destine: funds that have been ticketed for research.
4. To serve (a person) with a notice of legal violation: ticket a speeding motorist.

[Obsolete French etiquet, label, note, from Old French estiquet, post serving as a target in certain sports, notice, label, from estiquier, to stick, of Germanic origin; see steig- in Indo-European roots.]

ticket

(ˈtɪkɪt)
n
1.
a. a piece of paper, cardboard, etc, showing that the holder is entitled to certain rights, such as travel on a train or bus, entry to a place of public entertainment, etc
b. (modifier) concerned with or relating to the issue, sale, or checking of tickets: a ticket office; ticket collector.
2. a piece of card, cloth, etc, attached to an article showing information such as its price, size, or washing instructions
3. a summons served for a parking offence or violation of traffic regulations
4. informal the certificate of competence issued to a ship's captain or an aircraft pilot
5. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) chiefly US and NZ the group of candidates nominated by one party in an election; slate
6. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) chiefly US the declared policy of a political party at an election
7. (Military) informal Brit a certificate of discharge from the armed forces
8. informal the right or appropriate thing: that's the ticket.
9. have tickets on oneself have got tickets on oneself informal Austral to be conceited
vb (tr) , -ets, -eting or -eted
10. to issue or attach a ticket or tickets to
11. informal to earmark for a particular purpose
[C17: from Old French etiquet, from estiquier to stick on, from Middle Dutch steken to stick2]
ˈticketing n

tick•et

(ˈtɪk ɪt)

n.
1. a slip, usu. of paper or cardboard, serving as evidence that the holder has paid a fare or admission or is entitled to some service: a train ticket.
2. a summons issued for a traffic or parking violation.
3. a label or tag affixed to something to indicate its price, content, etc.
4. a slate of candidates nominated by a particular party or faction.
5. the license of a ship's officer or of an aviation pilot.
6. a preliminary recording of transactions prior to their entry in more permanent books of account.
7. Informal. the proper or advisable thing: that's the ticket!
v.t.
8. to attach a ticket to; label.
9. to furnish with a ticket.
10. to serve with a summons for a traffic or parking violation.
11. to attach such a summons to: to ticket illegally parked cars.
[1520–30; earlier tiket < Middle French etiquet memorandum. See etiquette]

ticket


Past participle: ticketed
Gerund: ticketing

Imperative
ticket
ticket
Present
I ticket
you ticket
he/she/it tickets
we ticket
you ticket
they ticket
Preterite
I ticketed
you ticketed
he/she/it ticketed
we ticketed
you ticketed
they ticketed
Present Continuous
I am ticketing
you are ticketing
he/she/it is ticketing
we are ticketing
you are ticketing
they are ticketing
Present Perfect
I have ticketed
you have ticketed
he/she/it has ticketed
we have ticketed
you have ticketed
they have ticketed
Past Continuous
I was ticketing
you were ticketing
he/she/it was ticketing
we were ticketing
you were ticketing
they were ticketing
Past Perfect
I had ticketed
you had ticketed
he/she/it had ticketed
we had ticketed
you had ticketed
they had ticketed
Future
I will ticket
you will ticket
he/she/it will ticket
we will ticket
you will ticket
they will ticket
Future Perfect
I will have ticketed
you will have ticketed
he/she/it will have ticketed
we will have ticketed
you will have ticketed
they will have ticketed
Future Continuous
I will be ticketing
you will be ticketing
he/she/it will be ticketing
we will be ticketing
you will be ticketing
they will be ticketing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ticketing
you have been ticketing
he/she/it has been ticketing
we have been ticketing
you have been ticketing
they have been ticketing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ticketing
you will have been ticketing
he/she/it will have been ticketing
we will have been ticketing
you will have been ticketing
they will have been ticketing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ticketing
you had been ticketing
he/she/it had been ticketing
we had been ticketing
you had been ticketing
they had been ticketing
Conditional
I would ticket
you would ticket
he/she/it would ticket
we would ticket
you would ticket
they would ticket
Past Conditional
I would have ticketed
you would have ticketed
he/she/it would have ticketed
we would have ticketed
you would have ticketed
they would have ticketed

ticket

A list of election candidates belonging to a party.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ticket - a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment)ticket - a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment)
commercial document, commercial instrument - a document of or relating to commerce
commutation ticket, season ticket - a ticket good for several trips or to attend a season of entertainments; sold at a reduced rate
airplane ticket, plane ticket - a ticket good for a trip on an airplane
pass - a complimentary ticket; "the star got passes for his family"
transfer - a ticket that allows a passenger to change conveyances
railroad ticket, train ticket - a ticket good for a ride on a railroad train
theater ticket, theatre ticket - a ticket good for admission to a theater
bus ticket - a ticket good for a ride on a bus
return ticket, round-trip ticket - a ticket to a place and back (usually over the same route)
2.ticket - a label written or printed on paper, cardboard, or plastic that is attached to something to indicate its owner, nature, price, etc.ticket - a label written or printed on paper, cardboard, or plastic that is attached to something to indicate its owner, nature, price, etc.
label - an identifying or descriptive marker that is attached to an object
dog tag - metal plate on a dog collar bearing its registration number
dog tag - military identification tag worn on a chain around the neck
name tag - a tag showing the name of the person who wears it
price tag - a tag showing the price of the article it is attached to
3.ticket - a summons issued to an offender (especially to someone who violates a traffic regulation)
process, summons - a writ issued by authority of law; usually compels the defendant's attendance in a civil suit; failure to appear results in a default judgment against the defendant
speeding ticket - a ticket issued for driving above the speed limit
parking ticket - a ticket issued for parking in a restricted place
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
4.ticket - a list of candidates nominated by a political party to run for election to public offices
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
5.ticket - the appropriate or desirable thing; "this car could be just the ticket for a small family"
appropriateness - the quality of being specially suitable
Verb1.ticket - issue a ticket or a fine to as a penalty; "I was fined for parking on the wrong side of the street"; "Move your car or else you will be ticketed!"
book - record a charge in a police register; "The policeman booked her when she tried to solicit a man"
amerce - punish by a fine imposed arbitrarily by the discretion of the court
2.ticket - provide with a ticket for passage or admission; "Ticketed passengers can board now"
furnish, provide, supply, render - give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"

ticket

noun
1. voucher, pass, coupon, card, slip, certificate, token, chit They were queueing to get tickets for the football match.
2. label, tag, marker, sticker, card, slip, tab, docket a price ticket
3. notice, notification a parking ticket

ticket

noun
1. An identifying or descriptive slip:
2. A list of candidates proposed or endorsed by a political party:
3. Informal. A means or method of entering into or achieving something desirable:
verb
To attach a ticket to:
Translations
بِطاقَة السِّعْربَطاقَة مُخالَفَهتَذْكِرَةتَذْكِرَه
lístekpokutový lístekcenovka
billetbødeprisseddel=-billet=-bøde
lippulistamatkalippupääsylippusakkolappu
karta
ármegjelölõ cédulahelyszíni bírságcédulajegy
miîi, farseîillsektarmiîiverîmiîi
チケット切符切符を切る違反切符
biļeteetiķetekvītspreču zīmetalons
bilet
cenovkapokutový lístok
globni listekvozovnicavstopnica
biljett
ตั๋ว
biletceza pusulasıfiyat etiketi

ticket

[ˈtɪkɪt]
A. N
1. (for bus, train) → billete m, boleto m (LAm); (for plane) → pasaje m, billete m (esp Sp); (for concert, film, play) → entrada f, boleto m (LAm), boleta f (LAm); (for library membership) → carné m, carnet m (Comm) (= label) → etiqueta f; (= counterfoil) → talón m; (at dry-cleaner's etc) → resguardo m; (in lottery) → boleto m
return ticket; round-trip ticket (US) → billete m de ida y vuelta, billete m redondo (Mex)
hold it there, that's the ticket!¡sujétalo ahí! ¡eso es!
that holiday was just the ticketesas vacaciones eran justo lo que necesitaba
2. (for parking offence) → multa f (por estacionamiento indebido)
to get a (parking) ticketser multado por aparcar mal or por estacionamiento indebido
3. (US) (Pol) (= candidates) → lista f (de candidatos), candidatura f, planilla f (LAm); (= programme) → programa m político, programa m electoral
to run on a republican ticketpresentarse como candidato republicano
B. VT
1. (Aut) (= fine) [+ person] → multar; [+ vehicle] → dejar la papeleta de una multa en
2. (US) [+ passenger] → expedir un billete a
C. CPD ticket agency N (Rail etc) → agencia f de viajes (Theat) → agencia f de localidades, boletería f (LAm)
ticket barrier N (Brit) (Rail) barrera más allá de la cual se necesita billete
ticket collector, ticket inspector Nrevisor(a) m/f, controlador(a) m/f de boletos (LAm)
ticket holder Nposeedor(a) m/f de billete; (= season-ticket holder) (Theat) → abonado/a m/f (Ftbl) → socio/a m/f; (of travelcard etc) → titular mf
ticket machine Nmáquina f de billetes
ticket office N (Rail) → despacho m de billetes, despacho m de boletos (LAm) (Theat, Cine) → taquilla f, boletería f (LAm)
ticket of leave (o.f.) N (Brit) → cédula f de libertad condicional
ticket tout Nrevendedor m (de entradas)
ticket window Nventanilla f (Rail etc) → despacho m de billetes (Theat etc) → taquilla f

ticket

[ˈtɪkɪt]
n
(for concert, film)billet m; (for bus, tube)ticket m
an underground ticket → un ticket de métro
a lottery ticket → un billet de loterie
the winning ticket → le billet gagnant
a ticket for sth → un billet pour qch
(in shop, on goods)étiquette f
What's the price on the ticket? → Quel est le prix sur l'étiquette?
(for library)carte f
(= fine) → contravention f
to get a ticket → attraper une contravention
(US)liste f
to be just the ticket (= just what I need) → être juste ce qu'il me faut
modif [seller] → de billets; [price] → du billetticket agency n (for shows)billetterie f de spectaclesticket booth nbilletterie fticket collector ticket inspector ncontrôleur/euse m/fticket counter ticket desk nbilletterie fticket holder npersonne f munie d'un billet
"ticket holders only" → "accès réservé aux personnes munis de billets"

ticket

n
(= rail ticket, bus ticket)Fahrkarte f, → Fahrschein m; (= plane ticket)Ticket nt, → Flugkarte f, → Flugschein m; (Theat, for football match etc) → (Eintritts)karte f; (= cloakroom ticket)Garderobenmarke f; (= library ticket)˜ Buchzettel m; (for dry cleaner’s, cobbler etc) → Abschnitt m, → Zettel m; (= luggage office ticket)(Gepäck)schein m; (= raffle ticket)Los nt; (= lottery ticket)Lottoschein m; (= price ticket)Preisschild nt; (for car park) → Parkschein m; admission by ticket onlyEinlass nur gegen Eintrittskarten
(US Pol) → Wahlliste f; he’s running on the Democratic ticketer kandidiert für die Demokratische Partei ? split, straight
(Jur) → Strafzettel m; to give somebody a ticketjdm einen Strafzettel geben or verpassen (inf)
(dated Brit, inf) that’s just the ticket!das ist famos! (dated inf)

ticket

:
ticket agency
n (Theat) → Vorverkaufsstelle f; (Rail etc) → Verkaufsstelle f
ticket barrier
n (Brit Rail) → Fahrkartensperre f
ticket-cancelling machine, (US) ticket-canceling machine
n(Fahrschein)entwerter m
ticket collector
n (Rail, on train) → Schaffner(in) m(f); (in station) → Bahnsteigschaffner(in) m(f), → Fahrkartenkontrolleur(in) m(f)
ticketholder
n (Theat etc) jd, der eine Eintrittskarte hat; tickets only through this door (Theat etc) → Eingang nur für Besucher mit Eintrittskarten
ticket inspector
n(Fahrkarten)kontrolleur(in) m(f)
ticket machine
n (public transport) → Fahrkartenautomat m; (in car park) → Parkscheinautomat m
ticket office
n (Rail) → Fahrkartenschalter m, → Fahrkartenausgabe f; (Theat) → Kasse f
ticket tout
nKartenschwarzhändler(in) m(f)
ticket window
n (Rail) → (Fahrkarten)schalter m; (Theat) → Kasse f

ticket

[ˈtɪkɪt]
1. n (gen) → biglietto; (for library) → tessera (Comm) (label on goods) → cartellino, etichetta; (from cash register) → scontrino (Am) (Pol) → lista dei candidati
to get a (parking) ticket (Aut) → prendere una multa (per sosta vietata)
return ticket (Am) round-trip ticket → biglietto di andata e ritorno
open/closed ticket (Aer) → biglietto aperto/chiuso
admission is by ticket only → si ammettono solo le persone munite di biglietto
that's the ticket! (fig) (fam) → è quel che ci voleva!
2. vt (label, goods) → etichettare
3. adjdi biglietti

ticket

(ˈtikit) noun
1. a piece of card or paper which gives the holder a certain right, eg of travel, entering a theatre etc. a bus-ticket; a cinema-ticket.
2. a notice advising of a minor motoring offence. a parking-ticket.
3. a card or label stating the price etc of something.

ticket

تَذْكِرَة lístek billet Karte εισιτήριο billete, tiquete lippu billet karta biglietto チケット kaartje billett bilet bilhete билет biljett ตั๋ว bilet
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When the train started Tom Little punched his ticket, grinned and, although he knew George well and knew on what adventure he was just setting out, made no comment.
Cutter showed his wife's ticket to the conductor, and settled her in her seat before the train moved off.
On Saturday nights, also, a number of balls were generally given in Packingtown; each man would bring his "girl" with him, paying half a dollar for a ticket, and several dollars additional for drinks in the course of the festivities, which continued until three or four o'clock in the morning, unless broken up by fighting.
Deed, THAT ain't the ticket, Miss Mary Jane," I says, "by no manner of means; go BEFORE breakfast.
However, they worried through, and each got his reward -- in small blue tickets, each with a passage of Scripture on it; each blue ticket was pay for two verses of the recitation.
He said that's the ticket, and with him looking straight at me I slid myself into Bud's boots instead of my own, and he never noticed.
Sometimes this was brilliant beyond words, including a certain youthful Monte Cristo, who on Fridays expended thirty cents on a round trip ticket and traveled from Wareham to Riverboro merely to be near Huldah; sometimes, too, the circle was reduced to the popcorn-and-peanut boy of the train, who seemed to serve every purpose in default of better game.
A miser who has parted with a lucky lottery ticket for five shillings, and finds next day he has lost in the bargain five thousand pounds, could not show a blanker countenance than he did on beholding the figure of Mr.
I take my ticket under his very nose; I follow you with the luggage along your line of railway -- and where is the trace left of your departure?
Sir Charles waited in the booking office to purchase a ticket for Gertrude, who went through to the platform.
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 came in the train from Klausenburg, and the guard was told by the station master there that he rushed into the station shouting for a ticket for home.