Bedeutung von “book” — Learner’s Dictionary

book

verb us uk /bʊk/
I've booked three seats for the cinema tonight.We booked the holiday on a whim.I've booked a table for 9 o'clock.Have you booked your flight yet?We've booked to go on an excursion to Pompeii.
ARRANGE [ I, T ]

A2 to arrange to use or do something at a particular time in the future:

to book a ticket/hotel room
We've booked a trip to Spain for next month.
Sorry, the hotel is fully booked (= has no more rooms).
CRIME [ T ]

to officially accuse someone of a crime:

Detectives booked / him for resisting arrest.
SPORT [ T ] UK

If a sports official books you, they write an official record of something you have done wrong:

The referee booked / two players for fighting during the game.

(Definition von “book verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)