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noun
a soundproof compartment in a theater where a motion-picture projector is housed and from which the picture is projected on the screen.
a compartment at the rear of or above an auditorium, in which spotlights and other lighting units are operated.
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Origin of projection booth

First recorded in 1925–30
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