BOOK, bookcase, book in
Is a BOOK just something to read?
The English word book is used in many situations with a number of meanings.
1 reserve, arrange in advance
- – We booked our hotel for the conference 6 months before
2 make charges against
- – The police booked the man for speeding
- – The footballer was booked, with a yellow card, for protesting.
– a piece of furniture which includes shelves for books
- – Now that Fred has homework we’ll need to get a bookcase for his books
book in (v)
1 keep a place for someone at a hotel
- – Mary, could you book me in at the Grand hotel for my meeting in Paris?
2 report one’s arrival (hotel, airport Check in)
- – When we arrived at the hotel we booked in and then went up to the room.
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