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  1. ticket

    • IPA[ˈtɪkɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      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;a receipt for goods that have been received.
    • v.
      issue (someone) with an official notice of a traffic offence;(of a passenger) be issued with a travel ticket
    • noun: ticket, plural noun: tickets

    • verb: ticket, 3rd person present: tickets, gerund or present participle: ticketing, past tense: ticketed, past participle: ticketed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 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

    • 2. a receipt for goods that have been received.
    • 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

    • 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

    • 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

    • 6. a certificate or warrant.
    • 7. an official notice of a traffic offence:

      the officer issued Rhodes a speeding ticket

    • 8. a certificate of qualification as a ship's master, pilot, or other crew member.
    • 9. a certificate of discharge from the army.
    • 10. a label attached to a retail product, giving its price, size, and other details.
    • 11. a list of candidates put forward by a party in an election:

      his presence on the Republican ticket

    • 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

    • 13. the desirable or correct thing:

      a wet spring would be just the ticket for the garden

    • 14. a person of a specified kind:

      I think you're all a bunch of sick tickets

    • v.
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    • 1. issue (someone) with an official notice of a traffic offence:

      park illegally and you are likely to be ticketed

    • 2. (of a passenger) be issued with a travel ticket:

      passengers can now get electronically ticketed

    • 3. be destined for a specified state or position:

      they were sure that Downing was ticketed for greatness

    • 4. (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

    • adj. (of a passenger) issued with a travel ticket:

    • only ticketed passengers are allowed through security

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    • adj. (of a passenger) issued with a travel ticket:

    • only ticketed passengers are allowed through security

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    • n. a ticket in the Chinese gambling game pakapoo:

    • he had gone down Haining Street to check his pakapoo ticket and play a game of dominoes

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    • n. a gold-colored ticket granting the holder a valuable prize:

    • the first ten got a golden ticket to get their book signed by the author

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    • n. a gold-coloured ticket granting the holder a valuable prize:

    • the first ten got a golden ticket to get their book signed by the author

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    • n. a person or thing that is much in demand:

    • he's the current hot ticket on the hard-core hip-hop block

      a hot-ticket invitation

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    • n. a reservation for an airline flight for which the details are recorded electronically without the issuing of a paper ticket.

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    • n. a person who has bought a ticket, especially for a sporting fixture or other event.

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    • IPA[ˈtikit]

    美式

    • n.
      a piece of paper or small 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
    • v.
      issue (someone) with an official notice of a traffic offense:
    • park illegally and you are likely to be ticketed

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  2. 知識+

    • 英文文法have two tickets to和for...

      [例句1,I have two tickets to the movie UP. Would you like to go with...去看」 的意思。 例如: I bought two tickets for the movie. 我買了兩張這部電影的票。 I...

    • a ticket home用法

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    • check&coupon&receipt&ticket

      ..., it's $2.50. Would you like your receipt? ticket 票 e.g. an air ticket 飛機票, a movie ticket 電影票, traffic ticket 交通罰單 票根...