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"book sb in/book sb into sth" in British English

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book sb in/book sb into sth

mainly UK
phrasal verb with book uk   us   /bʊk/ verb
B1 to ​arrange for someone to ​stay at a ​hotel: They've ​booked us into the ​hotel in the ​mainsquare. I've ​booked you in at the Savoy.
(Definition of book sb in/book sb into sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"book sb in/book sb into sth " in Business English

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book sb in/book sb into sth

mainly UK
phrasal verb with book uk   us   /bʊk/ verb
to ​arrange for someone to ​stay at a ​hotel, have an ​appointment, etc. at a ​time in the future: They've ​booked us in at the Grand Hotel in the ​mainsquare. I ​booked myself in at the dentist's for a check-up.
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