Words nearby booking
Definition for booking (2 of 2)
- the customers served by each registered representative in a brokerage house.
- a loose-leaf binder kept by a specialist to record orders to buy and sell stock at specified prices.
- a set of rules, conventions, or standards: The solution was not according to the book but it served the purpose.
- the telephone book: I've looked him up, but he's not in the book.
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- to study hard, as a student before an exam: He left the party early to book.
- to leave; depart: I'm bored with this party, let's book.
- to work as a bookmaker: He started a restaurant with money he got from booking.
Origin of book
OTHER WORDS FROM book
Examples from the Web for booking
When booking your next travels, think Rila, Kanazawa, and Saba.
To some, this means being able to draft an email while booking a flight.
They deserve every penny and more: booking a four week tour is a huge job.
Our awesome booking agency, High Road Touring, takes a commission for booking the tour.
Even Tony Hogue and his friend, who was a JF Images booking agent, had trouble wrapping their brains around it.
I've found he was at Charing Cross a day or two ago, booking a ticket for the Continent.Martin Hewitt, Investigator|Arthur Morrison
Considerable saving will be experienced by booking throughout, and the best places secured in the coach.Memoranda on Tours, Touraine and Central France.|J. H. Holdsworth
His face was beaming in anticipation of booking another order.The Dreadnought of the Air|Percy F. Westerman
Charing Cross at two-twenty; but you may have difficulty about booking a berth in the sleeper.The Silent Barrier|Louis Tracy
Charles realized this lack of booking facilities, and dedicated his talents and experience to remedying it.Charles Frohman: Manager and Man|Isaac Frederick Marcosson and Daniel Frohman
British Dictionary definitions for booking (1 of 2)
- a reservation, as of a table or room in a hotel, seat in a theatre, or seat on a train, aircraft, etc
- (as modifier)the booking office at a railway station
British Dictionary definitions for booking (2 of 2)
- a written work or composition, such as a novel, technical manual, or dictionary
- (as modifier)the book trade; book reviews
- (in combination)bookseller; bookshop; bookshelf; bookrack
- enrolled as a member
- registered or recorded
- to charge with every relevant offence
- to inflict the most severe punishment on
Word Origin for book
Idioms and Phrases with booking
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.