Definition Of booths

noun

a set of a table and benches in a restaurant or bar.

I sat in a booth with coffee and a roll

a small temporary tent or structure at a market, fair, or exhibition, used for selling goods, providing information, or staging shows.

They set up temporary information booths at every village.

an enclosure or compartment for various purposes, such as telephoning, broadcasting, or voting.

the phone booth alongside the highway

Example Of booths

  • After the war, he worked for the New York Mass Transit Authority, selling tokens from booths in various subway stations.

  • At other booths , the photographers allowed participants to reject their first photo in favor of a more flattering one.

  • Betting is currently allowed at official booths at dog and horse racing tracks, and some bookmakers are authorized to place odds on some sports events.

  • But the numbers voting at such booths are so small that it's not clear how much effect the change will have.

  • By comparison, advertising on 200 phone booths during that period would have cost over $400,000.


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