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ticker tape

n.
The paper strip on which a telegraphic ticker prints.

ticker tape

n
1. (Stock Exchange) stock exchange a continuous paper ribbon on which a tape machine automatically prints current stock quotations
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) ticker-tape reception ticker-tape parade (mainly in New York) the showering of the motorcade of a distinguished politician, visiting head of state, etc, with ticker tape as a sign of welcome

tick′er tape`


n.
the ribbon of paper on which a ticker prints quotations or news.
[1900–05, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ticker tape - a continuous thin ribbon of paper on which stock quotes are writtenticker tape - a continuous thin ribbon of paper on which stock quotes are written
paper - a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
Translations

ticker tape

nLochstreifen m; ticker tape welcome/paradeKonfettibegrüßung f/-parade f

ticker tape

nnastro di telescrivente (Am) (in parades) → stelle fpl filanti
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They didn't even have to bother with the usual bells and whistles these shows usually have, save a few tickertape explosions and a b-stage for the obligatory acoustic segment, where they played to the crowd with a cover of The Proclaimers' I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles).
Its dystopian vision is beautifully brought to life - goosestepping hordes cut a chilling swath through cheering crowds, tickertape raining down on their sick parade.
Its dystopian vision is beautifully brought to life - goose-stepping hordes cut a chilling swath through cheering crowds, tickertape raining down on their sick parade.
Former Liverpool defender Carragher summed the apprehension within the game as Sky Sports News' yellow tickertape was dominated at the time by Chelsea.
Just save the tickertape receptions for when you win something
Stockton-born Nobbs believes England can now rival the US for an indomitable spirit, giving an appetising flavour to the clash in Tampa, Florida of the World Cup bronze medallists and an American team who were feted in a New York tickertape parade following their triumph in Canada.
century's tickertape lifeline and drift into a still pool beyond
If you watch TV near the time of sunset, you will see a tickertape running across the bottom of the screen showing the exact time for each of the towns in Turkey.
Drogba, who announced just before the final game of the season that he was leaving the club for the second time, launched into an emotional speech amid the blue and silver tickertape of the ceremony, thanking owner Roman Abramovich, players and managers past and present, fans and Jose Mourinho for his Chelsea career.
A second digital display, rather like the scrolling tickertape of news headlines in Piccadilly Circus, runs across the top of one wall.
THERE LIKELY WILL NOT BE A TICKERTAPE PARADE but at least government offices, schools, the stock markets and some banks will be closed to celebrate the world's first Raw-Milk Cheese Appreciation Day, being held on Saturday April 18.
There was an explosion of blue tickertape when team captain Dave Mackay held the trophy aloft.