ticket

[ tik-it ]
/ ˈtɪk ɪt /

noun

verb (used with object)

Idioms

    have tickets on oneself, Australian Slang. to be conceited.

Origin of ticket

1520–30; 1925–30 for def 4; earlier tiket < Middle French etiquet memorandum. See etiquette
Related formstick·et·less, adjectivere·tick·et, verb (used with object)un·tick·et·ed, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for ticket

ticket

/ (ˈtɪkɪt) /

noun

verb -ets, -eting or -eted (tr)

to issue or attach a ticket or tickets to
informal to earmark for a particular purpose
See also tickets
Derived Formsticketing, noun

Word Origin for ticket

C17: from Old French etiquet, from estiquier to stick on, from Middle Dutch steken to stick ²
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Idioms and Phrases with ticket

ticket


see just the ticket; meal ticket; split ticket; straight ticket; write one's own ticket.

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