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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Are there any words that use w as a vowel?“Cwm” (a steep-walled semicircular basin in a mountain, sometimes containing a lake; a cirque) and “crwth” (an ancient Celtic musical instrument), both from the Welsh, use w as a vowel – standing for the same sound that oo stands for in boom and booth. “Crwth” is also spelled “crowd.” However, in words like “low” and “bow,” one can make a good case that the letter w represents a vowel. Both of these words end …
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Origin of projection booth
First recorded in 1925–30
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