PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

Singular
ticket

Plural
tickets

 
a ticket
  1. (countable) A ticket is a piece of paper that allows you to enter a train, airplane, show, etc.
    I bought my ticket to Mexico last week, but now I can't find it.
  2. (countable) A ticket is a piece of paper that shows that you have parked your car in the wrong place or committed some other driving offence.
    The policeman gave me a ticket for going 125 km/h.

VerbEdit

Plain form
ticket

Third-person singular
tickets

Past tense
ticketed

Past participle
ticketed

Present participle
ticketing

  1. (transitive) If you ticket someone, then you give someone a ticket for breaking a law.
    The officer ticketed the driver after he drove through a red light.