Definition of "ticket" []

  • 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. (noun)
  • An e-ticket. (noun)
  • A certifying document, especially a captain's or pilot's license. (noun)
  • An identifying or descriptive tag attached to merchandise; a label. (noun)
  • A list of candidates proposed or endorsed by a political party; a slate. (noun)
  • 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 (noun)

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  • Concerned with or relating to the issue, sale, or checking of tickets (noun)
  • A piece of card, cloth, etc, attached to an article showing information such as its price, size, or washing instructions (noun)
  • A summons served for a parking offence or violation of traffic regulations (noun)
  • The certificate of competence issued to a ship's captain or an aircraft pilot (noun)
  • The group of candidates nominated by one party in an election; slate (noun)
  • The declared policy of a political party at an election (noun)
  • A certificate of discharge from the armed forces (noun)
  • The right or appropriate thing (noun)
  • To issue or attach a ticket or tickets to (verb)
  • To earmark for a particular purpose (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "ticket" in a sentence
  • "Get a complimentary companion ticket when you buy a qualifying ticket*"
  • "where to buy folding paper for hearts last time using bus ticket to fold hearts is very common, but now no more bus ticket liao. wat u meant by noes more bus ticket~? fold heart with paper gib zeh zeh ish good~? enough to fold 10 hearts. give a girl she'll sure fall in love with you one."
  • "Like it or not, as divided as the party is, a join ticket is likely the only way democrats will see the White House in November."