Spanish translation of 'book up'
transitive verb + adverb (especially British)See also book
1. [holiday] hacer reserva de
to be booked up
a. [hotel, restaurant, flight]
we are booked up all summer no tenemos nada libre en todo el verano ⧫ lo tenemos todo reservado para todo el verano
the hotel is booked up el hotel está completo ⧫ todas las habitaciones del hotel están reservadas
all the flights were booked up todos los vuelos estaban completos ⧫ no quedaban plazas en ningún vuelo
the orchestra is booked up until 2010 la orquestra tiene un programa de actuaciones completo hasta 2010
I’m booked up for tonight tengo muchos compromisos para esta noche
I’m booked up all next week la semana que viene tengo un programa muy apretado
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Example Sentences Including 'book up'
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Hotel rooms for the week get booked up months in advance.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
No wonder they're booking up fast.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
They're all booked up solid.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Since launching his course, he has been overwhelmed by demand and is now booked up for the next two months.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The most famous can be booked up months in advance.The Sun (2013)
Trends of 'book up'
Used Rarely. book up is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translation of book up from the Collins English to Spanish
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