booth definition

  • noun:
    • a little, frequently enclosed area, usually accommodating only 1 person: a voting booth.
    • a tiny enclosed compartment with a window, familiar with split up the occupant from other individuals: a ticket booth.
    • A seating area in a restaurant with a table and seats whoever large backs serve as partitions.
    • a little stall the show and purchase of products.
    • a tiny stall the show and purchase of products.
    • An enclosure just large enough to support one standing individual.
    • a residence or shed built of panels, boughs, or other minor materials, for temporary career.
    • A covered stall or other temporary construction in a reasonable, or marketplace, or at a polling place.
    • a partly enclosed location within a room to be used of just one or a small amount of folks, including one in a restaurant having a table and seats, or one at an exhibition containing a display of services and products in one business.
    • a tiny framework designed for using anyone doing a special activity.
    • A temporary construction or dwelling made from boards, boughs of woods, or other small materials, or of fabric, as a tent.
    • especially A stall the sale of goods or refreshments at a good or market, for showmen's and jugglers' exhibitions, etc.
    • a table (in a restaurant or bar) in the middle of two high-backed benches
    • a small store at a fair; for selling items or enjoyment
    • United States star and assassin of President Lincoln (1838-1865)
    • little location set off by walls for unique usage
    • A small, usually enclosed storage space, generally accommodating one individual: a voting booth.
    • a little enclosed compartment with a window, regularly separate the occupant from other people: a ticket booth.
    • A seating location in a restaurant with a table and chairs whose large backs serve as partitions.
    • A small stall the screen and sale of products.
    • a tiny stall the display and sale of goods.
    • An enclosure simply large enough to accommodate one standing individual.
    • a home or shed built of boards, boughs, or any other minor materials, for short-term career.
    • A covered stall or other temporary framework in a fair, or market, or at a polling destination.
    • a partly enclosed area within an area for use of one or a small amount of individuals, such as for example one in a restaurant having a table and seats, or one at an exhibition containing a display of services and products from company.
    • a tiny structure designed for the utilization of one individual carrying out a unique activity.
    • a short-term construction or dwelling made from boards, boughs of trees, or any other small materials, or of fabric, as a tent.
    • exclusively A stall when it comes to purchase of products or refreshments at a reasonable or market, for showmen's and jugglers' events, etc.
    • a table (in a restaurant or bar) in the middle of two high-backed benches
    • a tiny store at a fair; for selling goods or activity
    • united states of america actor and assassin of President Lincoln (1838-1865)
    • little area brought about by walls for special use

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