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Tickets

ticket

noun

a piece of paper that shows you have paid to go into a place of entertainment such as a cinema or football ground

stub

noun

the part of a ticket or cheque that you keep to prove that you have paid for something

single

noun

one ticket or seat at a theatre

return

noun

a ticket for an event that you give back because you no longer want it, so that it can be sold to someone else

cancellation

noun

a ticket, time, or place that becomes available because someone decides not to do what they have arranged

sold out

adjective

if an event is sold out, all the tickets for it have been sold

on the door

at the entrance to a public place, where people enter, or buy or show their tickets

ticket

noun

involving tickets, or selling them

booked up

adjective

if a hotel, restaurant, theatre etc is booked up, there are no rooms, tables, or seats available because other people have booked them

open ticket

noun

a ticket that does not give a date or time on which it must be used, so that you can use it any time

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