"У вас є квиток?"
Translation:Do you have a ticket?
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Russian квитанция (receipt, ticket, invoice) is from Dutch kwitantie, which is itself derived from Old French "quittance".
Russian also has квиток (with the same meaning). Білет, I hardly need point out, is from French, but no doubt those who see a red under every bed will have to avoid that, on the basis that it's the Russians who forced билет onto them.