Noun(1) any authorization to pass or go somewhere(2) a document issued by a country to a citizen allowing that person to travel abroad and re-enter the home country(3) any quality or characteristic that gains a person a favorable reception or acceptance or admission
(1) For the Conservatives choice has traditionally been a passport into the private sector.(2) The visit has been delayed by India's refusal to issue a passport to one of the members.(3) Meanwhile those with the cash can still do the sort of degree that will be a passport to higher earnings.(4) he went to America on a fake passport(5) the sport utility vehicle seemed like a a passport to new adventures(6) Truancy is a passport to a life blighted by wasted opportunities, unemployment and even crime.(7) emergency passport(8) Smith, of no fixed address, admitted five robberies and using a fake passport .(9) valid passport(10) Meziane had one false passport which he used to open bank accounts, gain employment and claim benefits.(11) Available on Friday and Saturday nights only, it is a passport to pampering paradise.(12) In many cases work is a passport to regular food, a decent education and a chance to break out of the poverty trap.(13) good qualifications are a passport to success(14) it's his passport to a better life(15) They applied pressure in the dying stages but the home guard stood their ground to earn a passport to the next round.(16) Wes's overnight success just goes to show that not every media studies degree is a passport to the dole queue.
(1) passport control :: passport control
1. key ::
2. pass ::
3. recommendation ::
Different Formspassport, passports
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