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booking

noun book·ing \ˈb-kiŋ\

: an arrangement for a person or group (such as a singer or band) to perform at a particular place

: an arrangement to have something (such as a room) held for your use at a later time

soccer : the act of officially recording the name of a player who has broken the rules in a game

Full Definition of BOOKING

1
:  the act of one that books
2
:  an engagement or scheduled performance
3
:  reservation 1c

Examples of BOOKING

  1. She has several concert bookings this fall.
  2. The comedian missed some bookings because of illness.
  3. All booking is done by the band's manager.

First Known Use of BOOKING

1823

Rhymes with BOOKING

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