American English

Definition of booth noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



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  1. 1a small, closed place where you can do something privately, for example make a telephone call, or vote a phone booth a polling/voting booth see also photo booth, tollbooth
  2. 2a small tent or temporary structure at a market, an exhibition, or a fair, where you can buy things, get information, or watch something stalls and booths offering a wide range of food and drinks Oxford University Press's booth at the book fair
  3. 3a place to sit in a restaurant that consists of two long seats with a table between them
See the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary entry: booth