- booths1) N-COUNT: usu n N A booth is a small area separated from a larger public area by screens or thin walls where, for example, people can make a telephone call or vote in secret.
I called her from a public phone booth near the entrance to the bar...
In Darlington, queues formed at some polling booths.Syn:2) N-COUNT A booth in a restaurant or café consists of a table with long fixed seats on two or sometimes three sides of it.
They sat in a corner booth, away from other diners.3) N-COUNT A booth is a small tent or stall, usually at a fair, in which you can buy goods or watch some form of entertainment.4) N-COUNT A booth is a stall at an exhibition, for example with a display of goods for sale or with information leaflets. [AM](in BRIT, use stand)
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