ticket

n.
document showing that a fare or admission fee has been paid

1) to issue a ticket

2) to buy; get a ticket

3) to honor ('accept') a ticket

4) a one-way (AE), single (BE); return (BE), round-trip (AE) ticket

5) a commutation (AE); complimentary, free; library (BE); meal (AE; BE has luncheon voucher); pawn; platform (BE); season; valid ticket

6) an airplane; bus; train ticket

7) a ticket for, to (a ticket for a concert; a ticket to a game)

list of candidates

(pol.) (AE)

8) to split a ticket

9) a split; straight ticket (to vote a split ticket)

printed card indicating participation in a game of chance

10) a winning ticket (she held the winning ticket)

11) a lottery; sweepstakes ticket

misc.

12) to write one's own ticket (esp. AE; colloq.) ('to have complete freedom of action') (see also traffic ticket)

* * *
['tɪkɪt]
complimentary
get a ticket
round-trip (AE) ticket
sweepstakes ticket
train ticket
valid ticket
meal (AE; BE has luncheon voucher)
library (BE)
return (BE)
single (BE)
to (a ticket for a concert; a ticket to a game)
straight ticket (to vote a split ticket)
['document showing that a fare or admission fee has been paid'] to issue a ticket
['list of candidates'] (pol.) (AE) to split a ticket
a lottery
a split
a ticket for
an airplane
to buy
to honor ('accept') a ticket
a commutation (AE)
a commutation (AE)
a one-way (AE)
['misc. '] to write one's own ticket (see also traffic ticket; 'to have complete freedom of action'; esp. AE; colloq.)
['printed card indicating participation in a game of chance'] a winning ticket (she held the winning ticket)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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