booking

All Noun Verb
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  • The company went through various changes in its leadership and booking during the following years.
  • He also agreed to give them regular bookings at his world-famous jazz club.
  • Upon his return, he received a degree of creative control over his bookings.
  • It was in this game that he received his only booking for the club.
  • The bookings were then held on the next working day on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Several of these new facilities are now available for bookings out of school hours to the public.
  • Since the very beginning, the band members do everything by themselves, including recording and booking shows.
  • You can make bookings for events on its official website and also holds several special events throughout the year.
  • The booking office at street level was destroyed by fire in the late 1970s.
  • Once they found what the customer is looking for they could place a booking.
  • The station has an island platform with passenger access down from the booking hall.
  • The company eventually ended up in a small Michigan town without money or a booking.
  • It had closed for two days a week because of falling numbers of bookings.
  • However, the first production closed after three months when the booking contract expired.
  • It was then that I picked up the only bookings of my career.
  • Just three months after their beginning, the band recorded a demo to use while booking shows.
  • Booking agents are the people who actually book shows for the artists they represent.
  • There are a lot of local companies that provide pre-booking services.
  • A travel agency's head office may have more access and see all bookings made within the company.
  • There was no plan to become a producer but as bookings started to appear albums started getting recorded.
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Root form of booking is book for the verb.

Words starting with booking

Synonyms of booking

Meaning of booking

  • noun The act of reserving (a place or passage) or engaging the services of (a person or group)
    wondered who had made the booking
  • verb Engage for a performance
    Her agent had booked her for several concerts in Tokyo
  • verb Record a charge in a police register
    The policeman booked her when she tried to solicit a man
  • verb Register in a hotel booker