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book

verb
 
 
/bʊk/
ARRANGE [I, T] A2 to arrange to use or do something at a particular time in the future
bir şeyi ileri de kullanılmak, yapmak üzere düzenlemek
to book a ticket/hotel room We've booked a trip to Spain for next month. Sorry, the hotel is fully booked (= has no more rooms).Making bookings and reservations
CRIME [T] to officially accuse someone of a crime
birisini bir suçtan dolayı resmen suçlamak, suçlu olduğu hükmüne varmak
Detectives booked him for resisting arrest.Arresting and charging
SPORT [T] UK If a sports official books you, they write an official record of something you have done wrong.
spor yetkilisinin yapılan yanlıştan dolayı birini kaydetmesi, kayıt altına alması
The referee booked two players for fighting during the game.Refereeing and judging in sport
(Definition of book verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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