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booth

noun [C]  /buθ/ ( plural booths  /buðz, buθs/) us  
a small structure just big enough for one person to use: There was a line of people waiting for the phone booth. A booth is also a partly enclosed area in a restaurant where people sit on long seats on opposite sides of a table. A booth can also be a small, partly open structure for showing and selling things at a fair or market: If we get separated, let’s meet at the information booth.
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