- to make a reservation (for); book
- See booked up
Example Sentences Including 'book up'
About a dozen people can soak at a time, with priority access given to Bath's residents (only they can book up to 48 hours in advance).
Globe and Mail (2003)
But tables book up for a whole season in one day in January, so chances are that it will be.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
His chin started to wobble and he thrust his book up in front of his face.
THE RIVAL QUEENS: A Countess Ashby de la Zouche Mystery (2002)
His father had picked the book up off the bed and was leafing through it with an expression of severe disapproval.
Come to Mecca
If any organiser worth his pitch wants to book up a seminar with hungry management hopefuls, forget it if the draw is an Oxbridge don.
India Today (1998)
She'd got to Zurich and her husband had become involved in a lot of business meetings so she had picked the book up again.
THE WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE: The Life and Work of Barbara Taylor Bradford (2005)
The contract, for Trent 800 engines which will power Boeing 777 aircraft, will bring Rolls ' order book up to pounds 10bn.
To be sure of getting a particular date, it is best to book up to six months before departure.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2005)
`Just keeping the address book up to date," said Kevin, ringing off swiftly, disappointed.
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