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return ticket

noun
1.
a ticket for the return portion of a trip.
2.
Chiefly British. a round-trip ticket.
Origin
1840-1850
1840-50
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Examples from the web for return ticket
  • Our housing is paid for as well paid in cash for a return ticket each summer.
  • He does not ask for a round-trip ticket, but for a return ticket.
  • Have no plans at the destination city and no return ticket.
  • Also, a return ticket must be presented at the time of entry, along with proof of funds for the length of the visit.
  • To emigrate successfully, you will need proof of return, such as a purchased return ticket.
  • Travelers entering by air or sea must hold a return ticket or an onward ticket.
  • If desired, it is up to the individual to change his or her return ticket and contact the home unit for approval to do so.
  • It is necessary to have an onward or return ticket and sufficient funds to cover costs.
British Dictionary definitions for return ticket

return ticket

noun
1.
(Brit) a ticket entitling a passenger to travel to his destination and back again US and Canadian equivalent round-trip ticket
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