botel

[ boh-tel ]
/ boʊˈtɛl /

noun


Nearby words

  1. botch,
  2. botch-up,
  3. botchedly,
  4. botchy,
  5. bote,
  6. botfly,
  7. both,
  8. both barrels, with,
  9. both feet on the ground, with,
  10. both ways

boatel

or bo·tel

[ boh-tel ]
/ boʊˈtɛl /

noun

a waterside hotel with dock space for persons who travel by boat.

Origin of boatel

First recorded in 1955–60; boat + (hot)el

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British Dictionary definitions for botel

botel

/ (bəʊˈtɛl) /

noun

a variant spelling of boatel

boatel

botel

/ (bəʊˈtɛl) /

noun

a waterside hotel catering for boating people
a ship that functions as a hotel

Word Origin for boatel

C20: from boat + (hot)el

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