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ORIGINMiddle English (in the sense ‘temporary dwelling or shelter’): from Old Norse buth, based on búa ‘dwell’.More definitions and word originNew content will be added above the current area of focus upon selectionSee lessTranslate booth toNo translation found.Your Recent SearchesWords you've searched will appear here
- an enclosure or compartment that allows privacy or seclusion, for example when voting, broadcasting or recording sound, or making a phone call:"he installed a soundproof booth for private phone calls"
- INDIANa polling place:"check the voter list at the local booth or election office"
- a type of seating, typically in a restaurant or bar, consisting of two high-backed benches with a table between them:"they sat down in a booth and waited for a waiter to come over"
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Pick the word that is similar to stall. 'He hauled the animal out of the stall.'Astand79% got this rightBboardCawardPick the word that is similar to stall. 'He hauled the animal out of the stall.'
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