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Noun
/ˈpasˌpôrt/,
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passports, plural;
  1. 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

  2. A thing that ensures admission to or the achievement of something
    • - the sport utility vehicle seemed like a a passport to new adventures

  1. pass: any authorization to pass or go somewhere; "the pass to visit had a strict time limit"
  2. a document issued by a country to a citizen allowing that person to travel abroad and re-enter the home country
  3. recommendation: any quality or characteristic that gains a person a favorable reception or acceptance or admission; "her pleasant personality is already a recommendation"; "his wealth was not a passport into the exclusive circles of society"
  4. A passport is a document, issued by a national government, which certifies, for the purpose of international travel, the identity and nationality of its holder. The elements of identity are name, date of birth, sex, and place of birth. Most often, nationality and citizenship are congruent.
  5. Passport was a Canadian car dealership network owned by General Motors. It sold vehicles from Isuzu and Saab as well as its own branded Passport Optima, a Korean (Daewoo) made badge engineered Opel Kadett E, starting in model year 1988. ...
  6. Multiservice Switch or MSS is a Nortel line of routers, historically called Passport, designed for carrier core and edge routing. They run the Passport Carrier Release operating system. The MSS has a significant installed base, with over 40,000 switches sold.
  7. The Passport (Der Mensch ist ein großer Fasan auf der Welt) is a novel by Nobel Prize-winning author Herta Müller, published in German in 1986. The German title (literally, "Man is a great pheasant in the world") refers to a saying in Romania. ...
  8. (PASSPORTS) From October 2004, all British visitors must have their own machine readable (i.e. the red EEC style) passports, children are not able to travel on their parents passport from October 2004. ...
  9. Passports are required for travel to and from Mexico and the United States! Click here for more information on passport requirements.
  10. An official government document certifying identity and citizenship and granting permission to travel abroad (overseas). * Visa: An official authorization appended to a passport permitting travel to and within a particular country.
  11. System in which each firefighter has an identification document that is collected by the person in charge of accounting for the respective individuals in a dangerous area, and returned to the firefighter when he or she leaves the dangerous area.
  12. The official document issued to a person by his or her government certifying citizenship and requesting foreign governments to grant the individual safe passage, lawful aid and protection while under that government’s jurisdiction.
  13. Passport is VXi's line of headsets designed for the contact center and office environment. VXi Passport headsets allow interchangeability with VXi, Plantronics and GN Netcom equipment.
  14. A passport is a legal document that you must show when you travel to other countries. Passports are a good form of identification, because they are an official Government record of your identity, and they contain your photo. ...
  15. A document that identifies the holder as the citizen of their country and Allows them to travel to other countries.
  16. Official identification document for citizens travelling abroad.
  17. Each horse at every race meeting has a passport that shows its background (breeding) and physical description
  18. A travel document issued by a government that enables a person to travel between countries.
  19. This is the document almost always needed for individual identification.
  20. A travel document containing an individuals details that allows him/her to legally attempt to enter another countries borders.
  21. Passports are the identification documents/booklets, issued by the US State Department, which you will need to have with you in order to travel to a foreign country. Your passport must be current if you plan to travel to your child's country. ...
  22. A travel document that allows a person to gain admission into a foreign country.  The document should show the bearer’s origin, identity, and nationality.
  23. A passport is a travel document issued by your home government that permits you to enter other countries.  It indicates your origin, identity, nationality, the date of issuance and the expiration date. Throughout any stay in the U.S. ...
  24. ticket. Disneyland is technically a sovereign nation.
  25. A card or paper booklet used to prove you visited the checkpoints. The passport is most often signed at manned checkpoints and punched at unmanned checkpoints.