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  1. booth

    • IPA[buːð]

    英式

    • n.
      a small temporary tent or structure at a market, fair, or exhibition, used for selling goods, providing information, or staging shows.;a small room where a vendor sits separated from customers by a window
    • noun: booth, plural noun: booths

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    • 1. a small temporary tent or structure at a market, fair, or exhibition, used for selling goods, providing information, or staging shows.
    • 2. a small room where a vendor sits separated from customers by a window:

      a ticket booth

    • 3. an enclosure or compartment that allows privacy or seclusion, for example when voting, broadcasting or recording sound, or making a telephone call:

      he installed a soundproof booth for private phone calls

    • 4. a polling station:

      check the voter list at the local booth or election office

    • 5. a type of seating, typically in a restaurant or bar, consisting of two high-backed benches with a table between them:

      they sat down in a booth and waited for a waiter to come over

    • n. a compartment with one open side in which one voter at a time stands to mark their ballot paper.

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    • n. a compartment with one open side in which one voter at a time stands to mark their ballot paper; a polling booth.

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    • n. the most local level of electoral politics, corresponding to an area served by a single polling station:

    • their focus will be to strengthen the party at the booth level

      we hope to manage booth-level campaigning better

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    • n. the most local level of electoral politics, corresponding to an area served by a single polling place:

    • their focus will be to strengthen the party at the booth level

      we hope to manage booth-level campaigning better

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    • n. a public booth or enclosure housing a pay phone.

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    • ph. (1869–1946), US writer; full name Newton Booth Tarkington. His novels include The Magnificent Ambersons (1918) and Alice Adams (1921). He is also known for his young adult novels such as Penrod (1914) and Seventeen (1916).

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    • ph. (1829–1912), English religious leader, founder and first general of the Salvation Army. A Methodist revivalist preacher, in 1865 he established a mission in the East End of London which later became the Salvation Army.

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    • n. a public booth or enclosure from which telephone calls can be made.

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    • n.
      a small temporary tent or structure at a market, fair, or exhibition, used for selling goods, providing information, or staging shows.

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