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Meaning of


in English:




plural noun



‘I have tix for opening day’

‘Advance tix are available at all the normal places around town.’

‘I wait through the long line of those of us who had not bought advance tix and dive right in.’

‘Doors open at 9pm, and tix are $8 at the door.’

‘He habitually cashed in the first class tix and went coach instead.’

‘I scored some free tix.’

‘We could only get tix for later that night.’

‘We’ve got tix for tomorrow night; while the Dome is an eyesore, at least we’ll see a game.’

‘I got him tix to see a band down at the Bowery, which we have not done in, like, forever.’

‘A lot of their events were more than I would want to spend anyway—$80 opera tix and stuff like that.’

‘I scored tix to the premiere at the Hayden Orpheum in Cremorne.’

‘Gotta love the new ad campaign to sell season tix.’

‘They even charge you a booking fee if you turn up in person and buy the tix at the Arena.’

‘I dropped by her office this afternoon to pick up the tix.’

‘Reportedly 2,500 people had been lined up for a few days to get their tix.’

‘His melodic playing will surely fill the intimate venue to capacity, so get your tix early.’

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