Definition of 'booth'
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There were hugely long queues outside polling booths in some of the most strongly Latino areas. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Our information booth will direct you to a good one. Christianity Today (2000)You can receive return calls at telephone booths. Collins Traveller, Brittany (1993)Going into a bar that has booths and one being free. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There was a large turnout and in some areas insurgents guarded polling booths. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Ba found a room but knew another immigrant who lived in a telephone booth. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The weather could help decide the verdict by keeping voters from polling booths. The Sun (2015)She would sneak in through a side door and eat in a corner booth because she wore slacks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Tourist companies and associations have pledged to supply buses from more remote resorts to the improvised polling booths. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The maître d' puts me in a corner booth. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Probably because their voters won't make it to the polling booth in time. The Sun (2015)No more than one polar bear in a polling booth at a time, please. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Book ahead to snag one of the booths in the restaurant, and opt for a luxury room. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A woman was serving in one of the booths. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Its booking offices and shops and telephone booths and massive concrete roof and pillars just weren't there any more. Sand In My Shoes: Wartime Diaries of a WAAF (2006)It is also, cannily, opening instant ticket booths near the public screens. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Russian woman, stranger, speaking in glass telephone booth. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)He will climb into a pressurised compartment the size of a telephone booth to rise under a helium balloon to a height of just under 25 miles. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We slid into one of the booths that surrounded a long, central, white table with eight empty seats either side of it. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Beside the DJ booth, a small folding table is set up. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'booth'
British English: booth NOUN
A booth is a small area separated from a larger public area by screens or thin walls.
I called her from a public phone booth near the hotel.
Definition of booth from the Collins English Dictionary
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