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Translation of "ticket" - English-Spanish dictionary

ticket

noun   /ˈtɪk·ɪt/
A1 a small piece of paper that shows you have paid to do something, for example travel on a bus, watch a movie, etc. billete, entrada a lottery ticket plane tickets a ticket machine (= where you can buy tickets)
an official notice that says you must pay a fine because you have parked in an illegal place, driven too fast, etc. notificación de multa I got a ticket for speeding.
(Definition of ticket from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ticket

noun /ˈtikit/
a piece of card or paper which gives the holder a certain right, eg of travel, entering a theatre/theater etc billete a bus ticket a cinema ticket.
a notice advising of a minor motoring offence/offense multa a parking ticket.
a card or label stating the price etc of something etiqueta What does it say on the ticket?
(Definition of ticket from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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