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season ticket

n.
A ticket valid for unlimited use over a specified period of time, as for a series of performances or athletic events or for transportation between designated points.
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season ticket

n
a ticket for a series of events, number of journeys, etc, within a limited time, usually obtained at a reduced rate
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sea′son tick′et


n.
a ticket for a specified series of events or valid for a specified period of time.
[1810–20]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.season ticket - a ticket good for several trips or to attend a season of entertainments; sold at a reduced rate
ticket - a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment)
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Translations
تَذْكِرَةٌ مَوْسِمِيَّةتَذْكِرَه مَوسِمِيَّه
předplatní lísteksezónní jízdenka
abonnementskortsæsonkort
kausilippu
carte d’abonnement
sezonska karta
bérletjegy
áskriftarmiîi
定期券
정기 승차권
predplatný lístok
sezonska vozovnicasezonska vstopnica
säsongsbiljett
ตั๋วทั้งฤดู
abonman karnesiabonman kartımevsimlik bilet
vé mùa

season ticket

n (Rail) → Zeitkarte f; (Theat) → Abonnement nt; season ticket holderInhaber(in) m(f)einer Zeitkarte, Abonnent(in) m(f)
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season ticket

n (Theatre, Rail) → abbonamento
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season

(ˈsiːzn) noun
1. one of the main divisions of the year according to the regular variation of the weather, length of day etc. The four seasons are spring, summer, autumn and winter; The monsoon brings the rainy season.
2. the usual, proper or suitable time for something. the football season.
verb
1. to add salt, pepper, mustard etc to. She seasoned the meat with plenty of pepper.
2. to let (wood) be affected by rain, sun etc until it is ready for use.
ˈseasonable adjective
(negative unseasonable) (of weather) of the kind that is to be expected for a particular time of year.
ˈseasonal adjective
done at a particular season only. seasonal work as a waitress; seasonal sports.
ˈseasoned adjective
experienced. seasoned political campaigners.
ˈseasoning noun
something used to season food. Salt and pepper are used as seasonings.
season ticket
a ticket (usually for travel) that can be used repeatedly during a certain period. a three-month season ticket.
in season
(of food) available, ready for eating. That fruit is not in season just now.
out of season
not in season.
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season ticket

تَذْكِرَةٌ مَوْسِمِيَّة sezónní jízdenka sæsonkort Zeitkarte εισιτήριο διαρκείας abono de temporada kausilippu carte d’abonnement sezonska karta abbonamento 定期券 정기 승차권 seizoenskaartje sesongbillett bilet sezonowy bilhete de temporada сезонный билет säsongsbiljett ตั๋วทั้งฤดู abonman kartı vé mùa 季票
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References in classic literature ?
We allude to the suburban season-ticket holder's sudden flash of speed.
There are moments when speed alone can save love's season-ticket holder.
They just used to skedaddle off to work--I've seen hundreds of 'em, bit of breakfast in hand, running wild and shining to catch their little season-ticket train, for fear they'd get dismissed if they didn't; working at businesses they were afraid to take the trouble to under- stand; skedaddling back for fear they wouldn't be in time for dinner; keeping indoors after dinner for fear of the back streets, and sleeping with the wives they married, not be- cause they wanted them, but because they had a bit of money that would make for safety in their one little mis- erable skedaddle through the world.
VILLA are set for record-breaking season-ticket sales as fans flock to secure their seats for Premier League football.
ALBION ROVERS launched a PS10 season-ticket offer yesterday and hope to see fans flock to Cliftonhill.
The badge, which is only available to season-ticKet holders, features artworK of current Captain and Man of Steel Danny Brough along with 'All Talents' Legends Harold Wagstaff, Ben Gronow and Douglas ClarK.
THE Cardiff Arms Park factor appears to have had the desired effect on Blues' season-ticket sales, with chief executive Richard Holland declaring himself "delighted" with the response the region has had.
"Historically, our terrace season-ticket holders are always the last to sell and we are encouraging supporters who have not already purchased their season tickets to do so ahead of our first friendly match of the season against Worcester on August 11."
A new Main Stand season-ticket costs pounds 349 if purchased by May 4, while the price for a Main Stand renewal is lower still at pounds 304.
Mara said invoices will be mailed out next week containing a letter from Mara and executive vice president and chairman Steve Tisch explaining season-ticket holders have the option of making payment by May 1 (normally full payment is due by that date) or exercising the option to wait until a new collective bargaining agreement is agreed upon.
Rovers hope the combination of price freezes, discounts and a special heritage pack can drive season-ticket sales upwards and reverse the declining trend of recent years.
Season-ticket plans renewed or purchased before December 18 will allow fans to save up to 10% (depending on seat location) compared with purchasing after the Early Bird deadline.