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  • 1booked up — UK [ˌbʊkt ˈʌp] US adjective if a hotel, restaurant, theatre etc is booked up, there are no rooms, tables, or seats available because other people have booked them The scheduled flights were all booked up with journalists. Thesaurus:… …

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  • 2Booked — Booked, a. 1. Registered. [1913 Webster] 2. On the way; destined. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] 3. reserved in advance; held for future use. See {reserve[2]}. [PJC] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3Booked! — was a radio programme that aired from October 1995 April 2000. There were thirty 35 minute episodes and it was broadcast on BBC Radio 4. It starred Ian McMillan, Mark Thomas, David Stafford, Stuart Maconie, Linda Smith, Dillie Keane, Miles… …

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  • 4booked-out — booked outˈ or booked upˈ adjective 1. Full up 2. Unable to accept further reservations, bookings or appointments • • • Main Entry: ↑book …

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  • 5booked-up — booked outˈ or booked upˈ adjective 1. Full up 2. Unable to accept further reservations, bookings or appointments • • • Main Entry: ↑book …

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  • 6Booked — Book Book, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Booked} (b[oo^]kt); p. pr. & vb. n. {Booking}.] 1. To enter, write, or register in a book or list. [1913 Webster] Let it be booked with the rest of this day s deeds. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. To enter the name of… …

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  • 7booked up — 1) ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ If a hotel, restaurant, theatre, or transport service is booked up, it has no rooms, tables, or tickets left for a time or date. [mainly BRIT] St Just seemed pretty booked up, but we managed to find a room at the George …

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  • 8booked up — UK [ˌbʊkt ˈʌp] / US adjective if a hotel, restaurant, theatre etc is booked up, there are no rooms, tables, or seats available because other people have booked them The scheduled flights were all booked up with journalists …

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  • 9booked/booked up — no more space or rooms, no vacancy    The Royal Hotel is booked up. Every room is reserved …

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  • 10Booked —   A transaction is said to have been booked when the transaction handling program has processed the transaction. i.e. the funds may not yet be available but the system has posted it on the book date and marked it as having, for example, a value… …

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  • 11Booked — Переплетённый в книгу; сброшюрованный …

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  • 12booked — Synonyms and related words: billed, documented, down, enrolled, entered, filed, indexed, inscribed, legal, logged, minuted, of record, official, on file, on record, on the books, posted, recorded, registered, scheduled, slated, to come, written… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 13booked — (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Scheduled] Syn. engaged, contracted, reserved, programmed, slated, billed, advertised, lined up*; see also proposed . 2. [Arrested] Syn. charged, taken into custody, jailed; see accused , under arrest , arrest n …

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  • 14booked — bÊŠkt adj. reserved, ordered in advance; recorded, inscribed bÊŠk n. printed work which is bound together; publication; notebook; bundle, set of things (such as:stamps, matches, tickets and more) bound together v. record, inscribe; indicate;… …

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  • 15Booked costs —   Costs allocated or assigned to inter departmental or intra company transactions, such as on system or synthetic natural gas (SNG) production and company owned gas used in gas operations and recorded in company books or records for accounting… …

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  • 16booked up — Posted, well informed, au fait, au courant …

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  • 17booked, be —  Have one s name noted by someone in authority with a view to his taking further action …

    A concise dictionary of English slang

  • 18booked — Engaged, destined, bound to promise or pledge oneself to make an engagement. To have travel, lodging, etc. reservations. To enter charges against accused in police register or blotter. See booking …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 19booked — Engaged, destined, bound to promise or pledge oneself to make an engagement. To have travel, lodging, etc. reservations. To enter charges against accused in police register or blotter. See booking …

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  • 20booked — See booking …

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