Passport Definition

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1. ''You can take it with you, '' Facebook says. ''We are your passport to the past, your home away from home, the country where you will always be welcome.'' 1
2. 'May I see your passport, Mr Scott?' 'Certainly.' 1
3. 'May I see your passport(Sentence dictionary), Mr Scott?' 'Certainly.' 0
4. "A passport to a brighter future": it sounds like a worn-out advertising slogan, but for once the cliche has substance. 1
5. A citizen of a country can obtain a passport from special government agency. 1
6. A crooked civil servant sold hundreds of British passports on the black market, a court heard yesterday. 1
7. A customs officer examined his passport. 1
8. A microchip is embedded in the center paper of the new generation of passports. 1
9. A passport that is out of date is invalid. 1
10. A valid passport is essential when you travel abroad. 1
11. About 400, 000 Hong Kong residents, or 8 percent of the population, hold foreign passports as protection. 1
12. Acceptable forms of ID include a current passport or a birth certificate. 1
13. After 45 minutes of this and two cups of tea the official asked to see my passport. 1
14. After baggage and passport checks, passengers are individually quizzed by interrogators. 1
15. After changing his name by deed poll to Captain Beany he needed a renewed passport to match his new identity. 1
16. After checking for passports and air travel tickets we had nothing else to do but wait for our taxi. 1
17. After disembarkation, we went through passport control. 1
18. After fill out the application form, please submit your passport with valid visa, Chinese ID, U. S. College ID or U. S College Entrance Notification to domestic branch for witness. 1
19. All he needs is a presidential pardon to restore his passport. 1
20. All people entering the country will need a valid passport . 1
21. All the hostages were forced to hand over their passports. 1
22. Allow twenty-five minutes to get through passport Control and Customs. 1
23. Alright, Here are your baggage claim tags, ticket, boarding pass an passport. 1
24. Altering a passport in any way may make it invalid. 1
25. Although acquitted, Du Bois became more isolated during the 1950s, and was denied a passport until 1958. 1
26. Always keep your passport in a safe place. 1
27. Amaury Nolasco (Fernando Sucre) lost a PC and a passport in the break-in. 1
28. Amnesty International also intervened on her behalf and only days before she was due to leave, she was given a passport. 1
29. An identity borrowed from a dead Canadian, forged passports, messages sent by shortwave burst transmission or in invisible ink. 1
30. And when I couldn't find the passports - honestly, I didn't know whether to laugh or cry! 1
 

Passport

[ˈpasˌpôrt]

NOUN

passports (plural noun)

  - an official document issued by a government, certifying the holder's identity and citizenship and entitling them to travel under its protection to and from foreign countries.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
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