Definition of “booth” - English Dictionary

“booth” in English

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boothnoun [ C ]

uk /buːð/ us /buːθ/

a small space like a box that a person can go into:

a phone booth
a polling booth

a place in a restaurant that is beside a wall and where there are two long seats, 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 small structure just big enough for one person to use:

There was a line of people waiting for the phone booth.

A booth is also a partly enclosed area in a restaurant where people sit on long seats on opposite sides of a table.

A booth can also be a small, partly open structure 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 /buːð/ us /buːθ/ 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 marketing executive told me about the toys and gadgets his company sells.
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)