ticketverb

  • ja違反切符を切る
  • ento fine somebody for parking their car in the wrong place, driving too fast, etc.

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He was practicing for an upcoming race after his last film wrapped in 1955
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by driving his Porsche 550 Spyder, nicknamed “Little Bastard."
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Shortly after he was ticketed for speeding,
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Dean crashed into a Ford Tudor passing through an intersection and died instantly.
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According to The Associated Press, 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey' star almost landed back in jail
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after reporting 2 traffic violations to her probation officer late.
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Giudice was ticketed for driving and talking on her phone in New Jersey,
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and in a separate incident, for making an illegal left turn.
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The folks at Bannerman Castle Trust personally invited us to take a look around.
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The island is lined with motion sensors,
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and trespassers can be ticketed, or even arrested.
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Yeah, I remember seeing this.
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"Dear New York City..."
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"Ticket the people blocking the bike lane, not the bikers."
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I'm a cyclist. It's not safe.

Other meanings for ticket...

ticketnoun

  • ja切符、入場券、乗車券
  • ena printed piece of paper which serves as proof that you have paid to enter a cinema, ride a train, enter a place, etc.
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I forgot to tell you.
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I intercepted a transmission earlier.
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And it seems that the CIA is gonna need Dwight down at their headquarters in Langley for training
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and an ice-cream social with the other agents.
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We should get him a bus ticket... to make his trip easier.
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Oh, no, that would be very patriotic.
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Ross, check it out.
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Hockey tickets, Rangers-Penguins tonight at the Garden and we're taking you.
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Happy birthday, pal.
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We love you, man.
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Hi.
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I need a fake ticket to Yemen.
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- One ticket to Yemen? - Oh, no, no.
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No. No, no, no.
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I just need a pretend ticket.
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I'm sorry, sir. I don't understand.
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Look, what would you give to a kid if he wanted a ticket to play with?
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Are you traveling with a child?
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No.
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What would drive him crazy?
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- I know. - Here we go.
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- Pepto-Bismol in his hot chocolate. - You have got to stop with the hot chocolate stuff.
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I was thinking maybe we could jam his drawers so that they only come out 2 inches.
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Then that way, you can see everything in them but you can't get at it.
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Does Edgar Allan Poe know about that one?
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So sinister.
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That wouldn't annoy a person at all.
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- Where do you come up with this stuff? - Okay.
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Alright, well, this isn't my best, but call Froggy 101.
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Say that we're the tour manager for Justin Bieber and we're giving away free tickets.
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We give them a number to call for the tickets.
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And it's his number.
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Who is Justice Beaver?
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- Kevin, are you still in here? - Yes, Raymond, I'm in the stall.
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- Some tickets were just released for Mahler's Fourth Symphony this weekend. - Great.
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That sounds great.
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- Let's do it. - Fantastic.
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Now, which section do you prefer?
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- The first tier, the second tier, the third tier— - The first tier.
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Now, which section of the first tier?
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Right, left, right center, center...
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Just any section is fine.
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Any section, wow.
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Someone had pepper on their eggs this morning.
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I'll buy the tickets.
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Hey, Carl.
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Hey, can I get a couple of scratch-off lottery tickets?
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Oh, sure, Brian.
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Ooh, Brian, can I do one? I love scratchers!
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Well, all right, maybe just one.
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Cherry.
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Another cherry.
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Oh, come on, one more, one more!
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Oh, my God.
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I just won 2 free tickets to see Cardi B, you wanna go?
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Pfffft.
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What, you don't like Cardi B?
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No.