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Meaning of “phone box” - Learner’s Dictionary

phone box

noun [C]   UK ( US phone booth,   )
a small structure containing a public telephoneTelephone equipment
Translations of “phone box”
in Korean 공중 전화박스…
in Arabic كَشْك الهاتِف…
in Portuguese cabine telefônica…
in Catalan cabina telefònica…
in Japanese 公衆電話ボックス…
in Italian cabina telefonica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 公用電話亭…
in Russian телефонная будка…
in Turkish telefon kulübesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公用电话亭…
in Polish budka (telefoniczna)…
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