boarding pass Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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boarding passnoun [C]

(UK also boarding card, uk   us   )
a ​card that a ​passenger must have in ​order to be ​allowed to get on an ​aircraft or a ​ship
(Definition of boarding pass from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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boarding passnoun [C]

 us   /ˈbɔr·dɪŋ ˌpæs, ˈboʊr-/
a ​card that a ​passenger must have to be ​allowed to ​enter an ​aircraft or ​ship
(Definition of boarding pass from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “boarding pass”
in Arabic بِطاقة المُرور…
in Korean 탑승권…
in Portuguese cartão de embarque…
in Catalan targeta d’embarcament…
in Japanese 搭乗券, 乗船券…
in Turkish uçak biniş kartı…
in Russian посадочный талон…
in Italian carta d’imbarco…
in Polish karta pokładowa…
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