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book in/book into somewhere

UK (US check in/check into somewhere)
phrasal verb with book uk   us   /bʊk/ verb
to say that you have arrived and sign an official book when you get to a hotel: After booking into our hotel, we went straight down to the beach. As soon as she arrived in Tokyo, she booked in at her hotel.
Translations of “book in/book into somewhere”
in Chinese (Traditional) 登記入住(飯店)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 登记入住(酒店)…
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