guidebook

noun
guide·​book | \ˈgīd-ˌbu̇k \

Definition of guidebook 

: handbook sense 1 especially : a book of information for travelers

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Now, even Mongolia's central bank and Pizza Huts acknowledge the modern addresses, and Lonely Planet lists the three-word addresses in its most recent Mongolia guidebook. Meredith Carey, Condé Nast Traveler, "You'll Need a Reindeer to Get to This Airbnb in Mongolia," 19 Nov. 2018 To complete the curriculum, Starbucks employees broke into groups of three to five people and progressed through a guidebook, complete with pages to mark up by hand, as well as video and audio clips played on an iPad. Rachel Siegel, latimes.com, "Starbucks’ bias training finally happened. Here’s what it looked like," 30 May 2018 Bennett and Haupert, who both have several years of experience leading adventure tours, plan to publish a guidebook of sorts to prepare people for deeper travels. Diane Daniel, chicagotribune.com, "'Transformative travel' is the industry's latest twist on making vacations more meaningful," 13 July 2018 In the early weeks of January 1942, relying on an old World’s Fair guidebook to find his way, Reinhard Hardegen brought his German U-boat near the mouth of New York Harbor. Washington Post, latimes.com, "Reinhard Hardegen, U-boat commander who menaced American shores, dies at 105," 19 June 2018 To get more wheels on the road (Michelin wheels, of course), the well-to-do brothers of Clermont-Ferrand published a guidebook of hotels and fuel stops in the French countryside in 1900. Casey Quackenbush / Hong Kong, Time, "'We're Not Educated.' The Untold Story of Lung King Heen, the World's First Michelin Three-Star Chinese Restaurant," 12 July 2018 The first person with the right answer will get a Tribune Tower guidebook, and glory. Mary Wisniewski, chicagotribune.com, "Elon Musk plans to develop an express train to O'Hare. But why can't the Blue Line be improved?," 18 June 2018 In the early weeks of January 1942, relying on an old World’s Fair guidebook to find his way, Reinhard Hardegen brought his German U-boat near the mouth of New York Harbor. Harrison Smith, Washington Post, "Reinhard Hardegen, U-boat commander who menaced American shores, dies at 105," 18 June 2018 For the fourth consecutive year, Woodbury University was named a College of Distinction by the educational website and guidebook that shares the name. Andrew J. Campa, latimes.com, "Woodbury again named College of Distinction," 10 July 2018

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First Known Use of guidebook

1814, in the meaning defined above

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guidebook

noun

English Language Learners Definition of guidebook

: a book of information for travelers

guidebook

noun
guide·​book | \ˈgīd-ˌbu̇k \

Kids Definition of guidebook

: a book of information for travelers

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