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    valid

    is there any phrasal verb which mean "valid"?

    I'd like to say

    "My tickets are valid til the end of this month"

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    Re: valid

    Hello Unreg

    You can say e.g.

    1. My season ticket runs out at the end of the month.

    This means:

    2. My season ticket expires at the end of the month.

    i.e. "my season ticket will no longer be valid after this month".

    All the best,

    MrP

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