Trace vs. Ticket

Trace vs. Ticket — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Trace and Ticket

Tracenoun

A visible mark, such as a footprint, made or left by the passage of a person, animal, or thing.

Ticketnoun

A paper slip or card indicating that its holder has paid for or is entitled to a specified service, right, or consideration

a theater ticket.an airline ticket.

Tracenoun

Evidence or an indication of the former presence or existence of something; a vestige

left without a trace of having been there.

Ticketnoun

An e-ticket.

Tracenoun

An extremely small amount or barely perceivable indication

spoke with a trace of sarcasm.

Ticketnoun

A certifying document, especially a captain's or pilot's license.

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Tracenoun

A constituent, such as a chemical compound or element, present in quantities less than a standard limit.

Ticketnoun

An identifying or descriptive tag attached to merchandise; a label.

Tracenoun

A path or trail that has been beaten out by the passage of animals or people.

Ticketnoun

A list of candidates proposed or endorsed by a political party; a slate.

Tracenoun

An act of researching or ascertaining the origin or location of something

put a trace on the phone call.asked for a trace on a lost package.

Ticketnoun

A legal notice to a person charged with a violation of law, especially a minor violation.

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Tracenoun

A line drawn by a recording instrument, such as a cardiograph.

Ticketnoun

The proper or desirable thing

A change of scene would be just the ticket for us.

Tracenoun

The point at which a line, or the curve in which a surface, intersects a coordinate plane.

Ticketnoun

(Informal) A means to an end

"He went to Washington ... to become press secretary ... it was his ticket out of the Delta" (Nicholas Lamann).

Tracenoun

The sum of the elements of the principal diagonal of a matrix.

Ticketverb

To provide with a ticket for passage or admission

ticket all passengers through to Amsterdam.

Tracenoun

An engram.

Ticketverb

To attach a ticket to; tag

items that are ticketed in a pawnshop window.

Tracenoun

One of two side straps or chains connecting a harnessed draft animal to a vehicle or whiffletree.

Ticketverb

To designate for a specified use or end; destine

funds that have been ticketed for research.

Tracenoun

A bar or rod, hinged at either end to another part, that transfers movement from one part of a machine to another.

Ticketverb

To serve (a person) with a notice of legal violation

ticket a speeding motorist.

Traceverb

To go along or follow (a path, for example)

We traced the trail up the mountain.

Ticketnoun

A pass entitling the holder to admission to a show, concert, etc.

Traceverb

To follow the course or trail of

trace a wounded deer.

Ticketnoun

A pass entitling the holder to board a train, a bus, a plane, or other means of transportation

Traceverb

To ascertain the successive stages in the development or progress of

tracing the life cycle of an insect.trace the history of a family.

Ticketnoun

A citation for a traffic violation.

Traceverb

To discover or determine by searching or researching evidence

trace the cause of a disease.

Ticketnoun

A permit to operate a machine on a construction site.

Traceverb

To locate or ascertain the origin of

traced the money to a foreign bank account.

Ticketnoun

A service request, used to track complaints or requests that an issue be handled. (Generally technical support related).

Traceverb

To draw (a line or figure); sketch; delineate.

Ticketnoun

(informal) A list of candidates for an election, or a particular theme to a candidate's manifesto.

Joe has joined the party's ticket for the county elections.Joe will be running on an anti-crime ticket.

Traceverb

To form (letters) with special concentration or care.

Ticketnoun

A solution to a problem; something that is needed.

That's the ticket.I saw my first bike as my ticket to freedom.

Traceverb

To copy by following lines seen through a sheet of transparent paper.

Ticketnoun

(dated) A little note or notice.

Traceverb

To follow closely (a prescribed pattern)

The skater traced a figure eight.

Ticketnoun

(dated) A tradesman's bill or account (hence the phrase on ticket and eventually on tick).

Traceverb

To imprint (a design) by pressure with an instrument on a superimposed pattern.

Ticketnoun

A label affixed to goods to show their price or description.

Traceverb

To make a design or series of markings on (a surface) by such pressure on a pattern.

Ticketnoun

A certificate or token of a share in a lottery or other scheme for distributing money, goods, etc.

Traceverb

To record (a variable), as on a graph.

Ticketverb

To issue someone a ticket, as for travel or for a violation of a local or traffic law.

Traceverb

To make one's way along a trail or course

We traced along the ridge.

Ticketverb

To mark with a ticket.

to ticket goods in a retail store

Traceverb

To have origins; be traceable

linguistic features that trace to West Africa.

Ticketnoun

a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment)

Traceadjective

Occurring in extremely small amounts or in quantities less than a standard limit.

Ticketnoun

a summons issued to an offender (especially to someone who violates a traffic regulation)

Tracenoun

An act of tracing.

Your cell phone company can put a trace on your line.

Ticketnoun

a list of candidates nominated by a political party to run for election to public offices

Tracenoun

An enquiry sent out for a missing article, such as a letter or an express package.

Ticketnoun

the appropriate or desirable thing;

this car could be just the ticket for a small family

Tracenoun

A mark left as a sign of passage of a person or animal.

Ticketverb

issue a ticket or a fine to as a penalty;

I was fined for parking on the wrong side of the streetMove your car or else you will be ticketed!

Tracenoun

A residue of some substance or material.

There are traces of chocolate around your lips.

Ticketverb

provide with a ticket for passage or admission;

Ticketed passengers can board now

Tracenoun

A very small amount.

All of our chocolates may contain traces of nuts.

Tracenoun

(electronics) A current-carrying conductive pathway on a printed circuit board.

Tracenoun

An informal road or prominent path in an arid area.

Tracenoun

One of two straps, chains, or ropes of a harness, extending from the collar or breastplate to a whippletree attached to a vehicle or thing to be drawn; a tug.

Tracenoun

(engineering) A connecting bar or rod, pivoted at each end to the end of another piece, for transmitting motion, especially from one plane to another; specifically, such a piece in an organ stop action to transmit motion from the trundle to the lever actuating the stop slider.

Tracenoun

(fortification) The ground plan of a work or works.

Tracenoun

(geometry) The intersection of a plane of projection, or an original plane, with a coordinate plane.

Tracenoun

(mathematics) The sum of the diagonal elements of a square matrix.

Tracenoun

(grammar) An empty category occupying a position in the syntactic structure from which something has been moved, used to explain constructions such as wh-movement and the passive.

Traceverb

(transitive) To follow the trail of.

Traceverb

To follow the history of.

Traceverb

(transitive) To draw or sketch lightly or with care.

He carefully traced the outlines of the old building before him.

Traceverb

(transitive) To copy onto a sheet of paper superimposed over the original, by drawing over its lines.

Traceverb

To copy; to imitate.

Traceverb

To walk; to go; to travel.

Traceverb

To walk over; to pass through; to traverse.

Traceverb

To follow the execution of the program by making it to stop after every instruction, or by making it print a message after every step.

Tracenoun

a just detectable amount;

he speaks French with a trace of an accent

Tracenoun

an indication that something has been present;

there wasn't a trace of evidence for the claima tincture of condescension

Tracenoun

a suggestion of some quality;

there was a touch of sarcasm in his tonehe detected a ghost of a smile on her face

Tracenoun

drawing created by tracing

Tracenoun

either of two lines that connect a horse's harness to a wagon or other vehicle or to a whiffletree

Tracenoun

a visible mark (as a footprint) left by the passage of person or animal or vehicle

Traceverb

follow, discover, or ascertain the course of development of something;

We must follow closely the economic development is Cubatrace the student's progress

Traceverb

make a mark or lines on a surface;

draw a linetrace the outline of a figure in the sand

Traceverb

to go back over again;

we retraced the route we took last summertrace your path

Traceverb

pursue or chase relentlessly;

The hunters traced the deer into the woodsthe detectives hounded the suspect until they found the him

Traceverb

discover traces of;

She traced the circumstances of her birth

Traceverb

make one's course or travel along a path; travel or pass over, around, or along;

The children traced along the edge of the drak forestThe women traced the pasture

Traceverb

copy by following the lines of the original drawing on a transparent sheet placed upon it; make a tracing of;

trace a designtrace a pattern

Traceverb

read with difficulty;

Can you decipher this letter?The archeologist traced the hieroglyphs