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1.A piece of paper or card that gives the holder a certain right, especially to enter a place, travel by public transport, or participate in an event.
‘admission is by ticket only'
‘They let season ticket holders sell tickets they otherwise wouldn't use.'
‘They sign a contract to present one performance of their work in April, and to help sell tickets and publicize the event.'
‘They each handed their tickets to the ticket taker and entered the plane.'
‘In addition to the movie tickets, he preserves even the entry tickets to all entertainment events like circus and magic shows.'
2.A receipt for goods that have been received.
‘Some have a Post Office or bank-like flavour to them, with clerks waiting behind grilles to receive customers' bets and issue tickets as receipts.'
3.A piece of paper or card bought as a way of entering a lottery or raffle.
‘the two winning tickets, bought within days of each other, went unclaimed'
‘I had someone on the phone today trying to sell me an $80 raffle ticket to win a new Ferrari.'
‘On a whim, he bought two more lottery tickets in early July of this year.'
‘Tickets for the raffle are on sale locally.'
‘The odds are so unfavourable that unless you really liked to take on risks at unfavourable odds why would you ever buy a lottery ticket?'
4.(in information technology) a request logged on a work tracking system detailing an issue that needs to be addressed or task that must be performed.
‘if you have opened a ticket and it's not yet been resolved, there's no need to open a new one'
‘they closed the ticket without doing anything'
‘The options in this section allow for opening a support ticket, viewing all open tickets, viewing closed tickets (and re-opening them if necessary), searching open and closed support requests, and editing the user profile.'
‘Have you opened a ticket with the Help Desk yet?'
‘I've had a trouble ticket open on this exact issue for the past two weeks.'
5.A method of getting into or out of (a specified state or situation)
‘drugs are seen as the only ticket out of poverty'
‘companies that appeared to have a one-way ticket to profitability'
‘Sean's ticket out of the hood was the State Cops.'
‘Jay's ticket to the big time is his band Archangel, and therein lies his problem.'
‘Making a profit on the house is his ticket to a better life for his family.'
6.A certificate or warrant.
7.An official notice of a traffic offence.
‘the officer issued Rhodes a speeding ticket'
‘The provincial government is increasing fines and penalties for provincial offences, including speeding tickets, as of August 1st.'
‘The highest fine that was listed on the ticket was for eight dollars.'
‘Endorsable tickets for offences such as speeding and passing red lights, lead to three points on your licence and a £60 fine.'
‘The next thing I knew, a traffic ticket was on the windshield of that car, and the blond-haired woman who owned the car came out a few hours later to see it.'
8.A certificate of qualification as a ship's master, pilot, or other crew member.
‘It held that the exculpatory clause in Russells pilot ticket, which is standard in the maritime industry, effectively barred claims against him for simple negligence.'
‘He went to work for the Northern Steamship Company and obtained his master's ticket in 1946.'
9.A certificate of discharge from the army.
10.A label attached to a retail product, giving its price, size, and other details.
‘They have price tickets and bar codes attached.'
‘Shipped in a large container from somewhere in the Far East or Eastern Europe, the label and the price ticket will probably have been added in a sweatshop in the north of England.'
11.A list of candidates put forward by a party in an election.
‘his presence on the Republican ticket'
‘All three believe it is imperative that a candidate from this region is on the party ticket come the next General Election.'
‘For this reason, parties seek to ensure that their own voters follow the party ticket and transfer their votes to another candidate of the same party.'
‘Flannery would be a good candidate on any party ticket and will put in a strong campaign over the coming weeks.'
‘The Dems already have someone, but any party who has any candidate on the ticket is eligible if they don't already have a rep.'
12.A set of principles or policies supported by a party in an election.
‘he stood for office on a strong right-wing, no-nonsense ticket'
‘Mr Kerry, a decorated Vietnam veteran, calculated that he didn't need to add foreign policy heft to the ticket.'
‘The concept of going forward with a unity ticket that was bipartisan was always something that we had on the table.'
‘The party won a resounding victory at the parliamentary elections on a ticket of law and order, and tax cuts.'
‘Yet the war shapes other campaigns too, and if Dean falters then there is another candidate on the anti-war ticket: General Wesley Clark.'
13.The desirable or correct thing.
‘a wet spring would be just the ticket for the garden'
‘Sometimes, procrastination is just the ticket.'
‘Yeah, that's the ticket, deliver two months ahead of schedule.'
‘Both Hyundai vehicles will be just the ticket for transporting the couple's two children, Austin and Phoebe.'
‘Hey, that's the ticket: a prime-time presidential address.'
14.A person of a specified kind.
‘I think you're all a bunch of sick tickets'
1.A person of a specified kind.
‘park illegally and you are likely to be ticketed'
2.Issue (someone) with an official notice of a traffic offence.
‘He said that the police did not ticket the presidential guard but only reported the incident to his superior.'
‘If you treat the officer respectfully and roll over, there is no need for him to ticket you to win an argument.'
‘He replies, ‘I am wondering if I should ticket you, or let you off with a warning.''
‘Traffic wardens were powerless to ticket him because the law says penalties cannot be given out if the lines are obscured.'
3.(of a passenger) be issued with a travel ticket.
‘passengers can now get electronically ticketed'
‘Over the same period, the 13 other airlines tracked by the Transportation Department displaced 412, 447 ticketed passengers voluntarily or against their will.'
‘His last name matches that of a passenger who was ticketed to board flight 68 but did not show up, the officials said.'
‘All Mileage Plus award reservations on Mexicana must be booked and ticketed by Dec. 31, and travel must be completed by March 31.'
‘Those who made it on the ill-fated planes were ticketed passengers but some apparently used aliases, officials said.'
4.Be destined for a specified state or position.
‘they were sure that Downing was ticketed for greatness'
‘They could use a quarterback because Trent Dilfer is ticketed as their starter.'
‘Additionally, Fong noted, the USDA vet failed to eartag the animal, a required procedure, after it was ticketed for further testing.'
‘A number of the older buildings downtown have been ticketed for renovation and artists have begun to drift in, lured by low rents.'
‘Deen Grant, who missed his rookie season because of a hip injury, appears to be ticketed for the free safety job.'
5.(of a retail product) be marked with a label giving its price, size, and other details.
‘the sports jacket had been ticketed at two hundred dollars'
‘Radio Frequency (RF) labels provide well ticketed products that stimulate impulse buying and can increase sales dramatically.'
‘We are committed to partnering with those vendors willing to ship ticketed merchandise.'
‘When I found my VCD player, I was offered a 9 percent discount after my first show of negativity regarding the ticketed price.'
‘If the scanned price of a ticketed item is higher than the shelf price or any other displayed price, the customer is entitled to receive the lower price.'