Idioms about ticket
Origin of ticket
OTHER WORDS FROM tickettick·et·less, adjectivere·tick·et, verb (used with object)un·tick·et·ed, adjective
Words nearby ticket
How to use ticket in a sentence
To gauge participation, many instructors are asking students to answer a question in a chat box or complete an exit ticket with questions about the lesson and their own performance.Kids are shooting hoops with rolled up socks, but pandemic physical education is not canceled|Kelly Field|February 12, 2021|Washington Post
It was like receiving a winning ticket with someone else’s name on it.India is betting on glitchy software to inoculate 300 million people by August|Lindsay Muscato|February 10, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Authentic experiencesThe days of reliance on Facebook and Instagram ads as a ticket to success are over — even for DTC brands.Brand Summit Recap: Marketers face looming identity crisis|Digiday Editors|February 10, 2021|Digiday
Virtual tickets are $10 and grant access to the film until noon on Saturday.
Although the event is free, donations are accepted by adding the amount to the virtual ticket, or through Venmo or Paypal.
Farrell issued a ticket to an 18-year-old shipyard worker for speeding and an improper exhaust mechanism, according to the TP.
One area that would immediately benefit is revenue from ticket sales.Is Any College Football Coach Worth $60 Million? Jim Harbaugh Is|Jesse Lawrence|December 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Everything you need to know about the U.S.-Cuba thaw, from the details of the deal to when you can book your ticket to Havana.
On Oct. 7, I bought my ticket to Kiev 45 minutes before my flight.
According to a ticket seller who spoke to The Guardian, the site still receives only 10 visitors a day, on average.
He had got his ticket of admission to the Casino, after arriving yesterday evening; but the Rooms had not pleased him then.Rosemary in Search of a Father|C. N. Williamson
Hilda suggested that the ticket-clerk should be interrogated, but the aperture of communication with him was shut.Hilda Lessways|Arnold Bennett
Outside Derby station was a ticket platform at which all incoming trains stopped for the collection of tickets.
He went up to Jorgensen and asked where he could set up a temporary ticket office for Interplanet.Fee of the Frontier|Horace Brown Fyfe
The clerk who waited on them had come to the table and placed a punched ticket for the sundaes on it.The Campfire Girls of Roselawn|Margaret Penrose
British Dictionary definitions for ticket
- 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
- (modifier) concerned with or relating to the issue, sale, or checking of ticketsa ticket office; ticket collector
Derived forms of ticketticketing, noun
Word Origin for ticket
Other Idioms and Phrases with ticket
see just the ticket; meal ticket; split ticket; straight ticket; write one's own ticket.