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Idioms for book

Origin of book

before 900; Middle English, Old English bōc; cognate with Dutch boek, Old Norse bōk, German Buch; akin to Gothic boka letter (of the alphabet) and not of known relation to beech, as is often assumed

SYNONYMS FOR book

ANTONYMS FOR book

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OTHER WORDS FROM book

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British Dictionary definitions for booked up (1 of 2)

booked up

adjective

unable to offer any appointments or accept any reservations, etc; fully booked; full up

British Dictionary definitions for booked up (2 of 2)

book
/ (bʊk) /

noun

verb

Word Origin for book

Old English bōc; related to Old Norse bōk, Old High German buoh book, Gothic bōka letter; see beech (the bark of which was used as a writing surface)
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Idioms and Phrases with booked up

book

see balance the books; black book; bring to book; by the book; closed book; close the books; cook the books; crack a book; hit the books; in one's book; in someone's bad graces (books); judge a book by its cover; know like a book; make book; nose in a book; one for the books; open book; take a leaf out of someone's book; throw the book at; wrote the book on.

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