rebook

verb re·book \ (ˌ)rē-ˈbu̇k \
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of rebook

rebooked; rebooking; rebooks
transitive + intransitive
: to book again or anew
  • rebooking the passengers on other flights
  • The band had to rebook their shows.
  • rebook a hotel room
  • Seats were still hard to come by as passengers scrambled to rebook flights.
  • —Corilyn Shropshire
  • … was rebooked on suspicion of battery against a correctional officer after an incident that took place while he was in custody.
  • —Gus Thomson
  • When I tried to rebook, an agent told me there were no options in the Caribbean for the same dates.
  • —Christopher Elliott

First Known Use of rebook

1846

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