In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1masculine boletomasculine billete Spainmasculine pasajemasculine billete Spainfeminine entradamasculine ticketmasculine ticketmasculine resguardomasculine billetemasculine númeromasculine ticketpawn ticket — papeleta de empeños feminine
- that role was his ticket to fame — ese papel fue su pasaporte a la fama
- before noun ticket agency — agencia de venta de localidades
- ticket barrier — barrera de control de boletos
- ticket collector — revisora
- ticket inspector — revisor
- ticket machine — máquina expendedora de billetes
- ticket taker — revisora
- These days the travelers validate their purple tickets or season ticket coupons at automatic turnstiles.
- Travelers who buy tickets with credit cards can typically get refunds from the credit card company if an airline fails.
- Early booking of tickets for the event is advisable as tickets are limited.
- They let season ticket holders sell tickets they otherwise wouldn't use.
- Most travel agents charge a fee to deliver paper tickets.
- An all-in ticket costs €60, but you can get tickets for individual events as well.
- Festival passes are available for $75 and are exchangeable for tickets to six performance events.
- Apparently, they were issuing two and three tickets to each season ticket holder and that's why they ran out.
- In addition to the movie tickets, he preserves even the entry tickets to all entertainment events like circus and magic shows.
- The objective is to stop people passing used public transport tickets to each other.
- Shipped in a large container from somewhere in the Far East or Eastern Europe, the label and the price ticket will probably have been added in a sweatshop in the north of England.
- They have price tickets and bar codes attached.
- Raffle tickets for the event are now on sale and admission on the night will be £5.
- They sign a contract to present one performance of their work in April, and to help sell tickets and publicize the event.
- However, it is necessary to use a paper ticket for international travel.
- All season ticket holders managed to get tickets, but many faced lengthy waits.
- The airline has announced it would charge travel agents a $55 fee if they requested paper tickets for domestic flights from July 1.
- The man came by to check their tickets and their travel permits, but appeared not to be suspicious.
- Although technically open to the public, entry was limited to holders of scarce tickets of admission.
- Organizers warned yesterday that holders of fraudulent tickets would not be admitted to World Cup events.
- The busway tickets are sold in two ways: vouchers for a certain amount of money in the form of a ‘smart card’ and regular tickets for each trip.
- They each handed their tickets to the ticket taker and entered the plane.
2.2(for traffic violation)multa feminine
- If you owe child support or have outstanding traffic tickets, the guards, theoretically, will know.
- You know, a traffic ticket was what she really was responsible for, and she ended up going to prison for committing a felony.
- Endorsable tickets for offences such as speeding and passing red lights, lead to three points on your licence and a £60 fine.
- Our current fines, applied after many warnings, are so small they amount to a traffic ticket.
- You give them a warning, it's like a traffic ticket.
- Now even a local police officer writing a traffic ticket can determine that a violator is subject to a deportation order and presumably make an arrest.
- The provincial government is increasing fines and penalties for provincial offences, including speeding tickets, as of August 1st.
- And if you owe money for traffic tickets, we could track you down.
- It also leads me to realize that many motorists here have no regard for the law, and are in full realization that failure to pay a traffic ticket fine will not bring you a penalty, at least not too soon anyway.
- Ideally, punishment for marijuana-related offences would be similar to a traffic ticket, or an open alcohol offence.
- The next thing I knew, a traffic ticket was on the windshield of that car, and the blond-haired woman who owned the car came out a few hours later to see it.
- I like to think that women get away without traffic tickets more often than men.
- The highest fine that was listed on the ticket was for eight dollars.
- Everyone looks to take advantage of every loophole available when paying taxes, paying a traffic ticket, appearing for jury duty or whatever.
- They wrote out 35 tickets for other offences across the weekend.
- The fact of the matter is that the police see a range of policing as important to reduce crime, including the issuing of tickets for traffic offences.
- Over-zealous traffic wardens have slapped tickets on two Radcliffe traders outside their own shops, even though they were unloading stock.
- A total of 24 people received tickets for traffic offences.
- As well as nowhere to park I discovered three traffic wardens eagerly sticking tickets on any and every car that had attempted to park where they could.
- Still, the news came at a bad time: Esteban was trying to pay off traffic tickets and send money back to his family in Veracruz.
- Nearby, a business called Latin American Services promises help with plane fares, income tax forms, and traffic tickets.
2.3informal (permit)licencia feminine
(list of candidates)lista femininehe ran on the Republican ticket — se presentó como candidato republicano
- to vote the straight Democratic ticket — votar a candidatos demócratas para todos los cargos
- I was hoping there'd be an antiwar candidate on the ticket and was disappointed when Kerry picked Edwards.
- Now there's another story, which is Lieberman, the first Jewish candidate, Orthodox Jewish candidate on a national ticket.
- But I do want to encourage people to shake up university politics by not voting in a full ticket of candidates, which has happened in the last several elections.
- But I don't get to vote for a fantasy ticket; I have to choose between the candidates selected for me.
- All three believe it is imperative that a candidate from this region is on the party ticket come the next General Election.
- On December 1, both parties announced they will be fielding a joint ticket of candidates under the name of the Kurdish Unity List.
- She will never win a place on a national Republican ticket as a candidate for president or vice president.
- The vice presidential candidate on the Democratic ticket is the attack dog.
- For this reason, parties seek to ensure that their own voters follow the party ticket and transfer their votes to another candidate of the same party.
- Mr Lane said that by the whole district voting the temptation was there not to put two strong female candidates on the ticket.
- If four candidates on a single ticket were all to get into Legco they would require the support of nearly the entire constituency.
- Even Republican Jews are praising Gore's choice of Lieberman, an Orthodox Jew and the first Jew to run on the national ticket of a major party.
- Not wanting to run on the same ticket as the LaRouche candidates, Stevenson was listed on the ballot as an independent that year.
- Flannery would be a good candidate on any party ticket and will put in a strong campaign over the coming weeks.
- But what about boosting the ticket before the elections?
- It helped Cr Gates defeat Cr Irwin on preferences and ensured the other members of his ticket, Crs John Hampton and Brian Suffolk, were elected.
- The Dems already have someone, but any party who has any candidate on the ticket is eligible if they don't already have a rep.
- No candidates running in Iowa in the past 30 years joined together on the Democratic ticket in the election.
- On Sunday in the Sligo Park Hotel, they will select three candidates on the party ticket.
- Rather than seeking that co-option in September last, Phyllis was selected as a second candidate on the ticket in an effort to take a second seat.
(policy)programa masculineprograma político masculineprograma electoral masculine
- If he's wrong, the only way he'll win their support is through a very-big ticket policy that Green groups believe is worth it.
- Progress fought the election on an anti-immigrant ticket.
- In Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who swept to power on an election ticket of uncompromising Islamism, the cabal of conservative mullahs have a president to their liking.
- The ‘unity’ of the presidential ticket rarely survived the election.
- So I think that most of these people are just being given this as a reward for basically soldiering on and supporting the ticket.
- Are there candidates on the anti-globalisation ticket, then, Tony?
- It raises the prospect of the Lib Dems going into the election on a ticket backing extra powers for the Parliament, putting at odds with Labour.
- The Iraqi Shias have produced a unity ticket for the elections under the direction of Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani, the leading Iraqi Shia cleric.
- I believe that we have been effective champions of our ticket's policies and principles, and that we have achieved much both locally and across the city.
- Alan Jones is an old mate of Turnbull's and naturally supports the ticket and the new constitution.
- The team is expected to lobby several political parties in a bid to win their support for the ticket in the runoff, he said.
- Mr Kerry, a decorated Vietnam veteran, calculated that he didn't need to add foreign policy heft to the ticket.
- These numbers suggest that a coalition of Islamic parties supporting a single ticket could have won the presidency.
- Just ahead, the Democratic ticket is official, and the game is underway.
- I would like to vote, this year or sometime, for a ticket and a party that is pro-life, pro-family, and pro-poor.
- The party won a resounding victory at the parliamentary elections on a ticket of law and order, and tax cuts.
- Yet the war shapes other campaigns too, and if Dean falters then there is another candidate on the anti-war ticket: General Wesley Clark.
- People are getting no satisfaction and they are strongly considering having somebody stand in the May elections on a ticket of keeping the school open.
- Earl F. Dodge has run for President on the Prohibition ticket in every election since 1984.
- The concept of going forward with a unity ticket that was bipartisan was always something that we had on the table.
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