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N-COUNT (剧院、运动场、表演等的)入场券，门票，票 A ticket is a small, official piece of paper or card which shows that you have paid to enter a place such as a theatre or a sports ground, or shows that you have paid for a journey.
I queued for two hours to get a ticket to see the football game...
I love opera and last year I got tickets for Covent Garden...
N-COUNT (交通)罚款通知单，违章通知单 A ticket is an official piece of paper which orders you to pay a fine or to appear in court because you have committed a driving or parking offence.
I want to know at what point I break the speed limit and get a ticket.
N-COUNT 兑奖券;彩票 A ticket for a game of chance such as a raffle or a lottery is a piece of paper with a number on it. If the number on your ticket matches the number chosen, you win a prize.
She bought a lottery ticket and won more than $33 million.
N-SING (竞选时所代表的)政党;(竞选时所支持的)纲领，政见 The particular ticket on which a person fights an election is the party they represent or the policies they support.
He first ran for president on a far-left ticket...
She would want to fight the election on a ticket of parliamentary democracy...
N-COUNT (政党、团体的)候选人名单 A ticket is the list of candidates who are representing a particular political party or group in an election.
He plans to remain on the Republican ticket for the November election.
他计划继续代表共和党参加 11 月份的选举。
PHRASE 正是所需要的东西 If you say that something is just the ticket, you mean that it is exactly what is needed.
Young kids need all the energy and protein they can get and whole milk is just the ticket.