Booth - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |buːθ|  American pronunciation of the word booth
Brit.  |buːð|  British pronunciation of the word booth


- a table (in a restaurant or bar) surrounded by two high-backed benches
- small area set off by walls for special use (syn: cubicle, kiosk, stall)
- United States actor and assassin of President Lincoln (1838-1865)
- a small shop at a fair; for selling goods or entertainment

Extra examples

A local sheep farmer has a booth at the county fair and is selling wool yarn.

We got hot dogs at one of the food booths.

They sat at a booth next to the window.

How many people can fit in a phone booth?

We ate in a corner booth at the restaurant.

She slid into the booth beside us.

...once famed as an actor, John Wilkes Booth is now remembered for a single exploit, his assassination of Lincoln...


...a long, crooked line of people had formed in front of the ticket booth...

John Wilkes Booth was the assassin of Abraham Lincoln.

Word forms

singular: booth
plural: booths
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