Definition of 'booklet'
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If the accompanying booklet is a little on the flimsy side, the music has lost none of its energy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The main instruction booklet will be much thicker. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There is a splendid little booklet that gives information and tips on each country. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They produce a special booklet on coming out to the family. The Sun (2010)The confederation has produced a nifty booklet of facts about managers to support its claim. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Her story is told along with others in a role models booklet produced by the group. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You also get a little booklet that sends you off into the main collection to search for parallels. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The instruction booklet should tell you, but you may need to consult the manufacturer. Collins Complete Guide to Photography (1993)And partly because she'd misunderstood an instruction booklet. The Sun (2013)As always, the booklet is lavishly produced. Times, Sunday Times (2007)During her trial she was shown an information booklet similar to one that would have been sent to her at the time her claim began. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This booklet contains information ranging from use of employee identity cards, to what to do if there is a gas leak. Stay Well This Winter (1989)Then, when the little booklet came back, there was a prize offer for a toaster. Christianity Today (2000)It also contained a booklet listing'sick little questions and answers '. Times, Sunday Times (2015)From the corner of my eye I glimpse a small red booklet beneath his bag's abandoned contents. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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British English: booklet /ˈbʊklɪt/ NOUN
A booklet is a small paperback book, containing information on a particular subject.
...a 48-page booklet of notes.
- American English: booklet
- Arabic: كُتَيِّب
- Brazilian Portuguese: folheto
- Chinese: 小册子
- Croatian: brošura
- Czech: brožura
- Danish: pjece
- Dutch: brochure
- European Spanish: folleto
- Finnish: kirjanen
- French: livret
- German: Broschüre
- Greek: φυλλάδιο
- Italian: opuscolo
- Japanese: 小冊子
- Korean: 소책자
- Norwegian: hefte
- Polish: broszura
- European Portuguese: folheto
- Romanian: broșură
- Russian: буклет
- Spanish: folleto
- Swedish: broschyr
- Thai: หนังสือเล่มเล็ก
- Turkish: kitapçık
- Ukrainian: буклет
- Vietnamese: cuốn sổ nhỏ
Definition of booklet from the Collins English Dictionary
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