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Meaning of “booth” in the English Dictionary

"booth" in British English

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boothnoun [C]

uk   /buːð/  us   /buːθ/
a ​smallspace like a ​box that a ​person can go into: a phone booth a polling booth a ​partlyclosedarea or ​smalltent at a ​fair, exhibition, or ​similarevent a ​place in a ​restaurant that is beside a ​wall and where there are two ​longseats, often with high ​backs, with a ​table between them
(Definition of booth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"booth" in American English

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boothnoun [C]

 us   /buθ/ (plural booths  /buðz, buθs/ )
a ​smallstructure just ​big enough for one ​person to use: There was a ​line of ​peoplewaiting for the ​phone booth. A booth is also a ​partlyenclosedarea in a ​restaurant where ​peoplesit on ​longseats on ​oppositesides of a ​table. A booth can also be a ​small, ​partlyopenstructure for ​showing and ​selling things at a ​fair or ​market: If we get separated, let’s ​meet at the ​information booth.
(Definition of booth from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"booth" in Business English

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boothnoun [C]

uk   us   /buːð/ ( UK usually stand)
MARKETING an ​area, ​table, etc. set up by an ​organization at a fair or other ​event to show or ​sell its ​products or ​services: At the booth, the ​marketingexecutive told me about the toys and ​gadgets his ​companysells. Attractive ​presentation doesn't just ​apply to your booth, but to your ​product.
(Definition of booth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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