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book /bʊk/ noun
book verb


اصول متداول یک ورزش ، اگاهی در مورد نقاط قوت و ضعف حریف ، فصل یاقسمتی از کتاب ، مجلد ، درکتاب یادفتر ثبت کردن ، رزرو کردن ، توقیف کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: ثبت کردن ، ورزش: شماره بازیگر خطاکار
مهندسی صنایع: کتاب ، دفتر
ثبت کردن ، نوشتن کامپیوتر: کتاب

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

book
[noun]
Synonyms:
- work, publication, title, tome, tract, volume
- notebook, album, diary, exercise book, jotter, pad
[verb]
Synonyms:
- reserve, arrange for, charter, engage, make reservations, organize, programme, schedule
- note, enter, list, log, mark down, put down, record, register, write down
Related Words: publication, work, writing, scroll, booklet, brochure, folder, leaflet, magazine, pamphlet, compendium, handbook, manual, monograph, textbook, tract, treatise, codex, novel

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. book1 S1 W1 /bʊk/ noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: boc]

1. PRINTED PAGES [countable] a set of printed pages that are held together in a cover so that you can read them:
I’ve just started reading a book by Graham Greene.
a cookery book
book about/on
a book about cats

2. TO WRITE IN [countable] a set of sheets of paper held together in a cover so that you can write on them:
a black address book
a notebook

3. SET OF THINGS [countable] a set of things such as stamps, matches, or tickets, held together inside a paper cover:
a cheque book

4. books [plural]
a) ACCOUNTS written records of the financial accounts of a business:
An accountant will examine the company’s books.
a small firm that is having problems balancing the books (=keeping its profits and spending equal)
on the books
They have £50 billion worth of orders on the books.cook the books at cook1(3)
b) JOBS the names of people who use a company’s services, or who are sent by a company to work for other people
on sb’s books
an agent with a lot of popular actors on his books

5. by the book exactly according to rules or instructions:
She feels she has to go by the book and can’t use her creativity.
do/play something by the book
The police were careful to do everything by the book.

6. a closed book a subject that you do not understand or know anything about:
Chemistry is a closed book to me.

7. be in sb’s good/bad books informal used to say that someone is pleased or annoyed with you

8. LAW be on the books if a law is on the books, it is part of the set of laws in a country, town, area etc

9. PART OF A BOOK [countable] one of the parts that a very large book such as the Bible is divided into
book of
the Book of Isaiah

10. in my book spoken said when giving your opinion:
In my book, nothing is more important than football.

11. bring somebody to book to punish someone for breaking laws or rules, especially when you have been trying to punish them for a long time:
War criminals must be brought to book.
statute book, ⇒ take a leaf out of sb’s book at leaf1(2), ⇒ read somebody like a book at read1(16), ⇒ suit sb’s book at suit2(5), ⇒ a turn-up for the book at turn-up(2), ⇒ throw the book at somebody at throw1(26)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. book2 S2 verb

1. [intransitive and transitive] to make arrangements to stay in a place, eat in a restaurant, go to a theatre etc at a particular time in the future ⇒ reserve:
Have you booked a holiday this year?
The flight was already fully booked (=no more seats were available).
To get tickets, you have to book in advance.
The show’s booked solid (=all the tickets have been sold) until February.

2. [transitive] to arrange for someone such as a singer to perform on a particular date:
The band was booked for a benefit show in Los Angeles.

3. be booked up
a) if a hotel, restaurant etc is booked up, there are no more rooms, places, seats etc still available:
The courses quickly get booked up.
b) if someone is booked up, they are extremely busy and have arranged a lot of things they must do:
I’m all booked up this week – can we get together next Friday?

4. [transitive] to arrange for someone to go to a hotel, fly on a plane etc:
I’ve booked you a flight on Saturday.
book somebody on/in etc
I’ll book you in at the Hilton.

5. [transitive] to put someone’s name officially in police records, along with the charge made against them:
Smith was booked on suspicion of attempted murder.

6. [transitive] British English when a referee in a sports game books a player who has broken the rules, he or she officially writes down the player’s name in a book as a punishment

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

book
noun
I. for reading
ADJ. latest, new, recent | forthcoming | hardback, paperback | printed one of the earliest printed books
rare | second-hand | delightful, excellent, fascinating, fine, good, great, interesting, remarkable, useful There's nothing like curling up with a mug of tea and a good book.
famous, important, influential | controversial a controversial book about the royal family
favourite a survey to find the nation's favourite children's book
library | set ‘Emma’ was one of our set books for A level.
children's, comic, cookery, guide, hymn, phrase, picture, prayer, reference, school, story, text (also textbook), travel | address, autograph, cheque, exercise, log, order, phone/telephone, sketch
QUANT. copy How many copies of the book did you order?
VERB + BOOK be deep/engrossed/immersed in, flick/skim through, look at, read | look up from She looked up from her book and smiled at him. | co-author, write | bring out, publish, put out | reprint | edit, proofread, revise | translate | illustrate | bind | ban, censor | dedicate, inscribe The book is dedicated to his mother. Her name was inscribed in the book. The collector had many books inscribed to him by famous authors.
review | borrow, have out, take out (= from a library) How many books have you got out?
return, take back (= to a library) | renew Do you want to renew any of your library books?
stock | plagiarize
BOOK + VERB appear, come out His latest book will appear in December.
be/go out of print
BOOK + NOUN title | shop (also bookshop) | review, reviewer | club
PREP. in a/the ~ These issues are discussed in his latest book.
~ about/on She's busy writing a book on astrology.
~ by a book by Robert Grout
~ for a book for new parents
~ from a new book from the publishing company, Bookworm
~ of a book of walks in London 2 books company records
ADJ. account
VERB + BOOK audit, do, keep She does the books for us.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

book
verb
ADV. early, in advance There are few places on the course, so it is essential to book in advance.
PREP. with Book with Suntours and kids go free!
PHRASES be booked solid (= be fully booked), be booked up, be fully booked

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

book

read a book
What book are you reading at the moment?
look through a book (=look at the pages quickly)
I looked through the book until I found the right section.
write a book
He’s written several interesting travel books.
publish a book
The book is published by Penguin.
a book comes out (=it is published for the first time)
Everyone was waiting for the new Harry Potter book to come out.
borrow a book (also take out a book British English) (=from a library)
You can borrow up to six books from the library.
return a book (=to a library)
Please return all your books before the end of term.
renew a book (=arrange to continue borrowing it from a library)
If you need to renew a book, you can do it by phone.
a book shop (also book store American English)
I got it from that little book shop in the village.
a book seller (=a person, shop, or company selling books)
High street book sellers are experiencing a drop in sales.
a book token British English (=a ticket that you can use to pay for a book)
She always bought me book tokens for my birthday.
a book review (=an article giving critical opinions of a book)
She had a book review published in the student magazine.
a book fair (=an event at which publishers and authors show new books)
the introduction/preface/foreword to a book
In the introduction to this book I referred to a conversation between myself and a young student.
a section of a book
The most useful section of the book is the list of suppliers of artists’ materials.
the cover of a book
His picture is on the cover of the book.
a chapter of a book
The first chapter of the book is about his childhood.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

book
verb
BAD: I'm afraid that we're out of stock but I can book one for you.
GOOD: I'm afraid that we're out of stock but I can order one for you.

Usage Note:
book = reserve a seat on a plane, a room in a hotel, a table at a restaurant, etc: 'The train was packed and I wished I'd booked a seat.'
order = ask for certain goods to be sent to a shop, especially because a customer wants to buy them: 'If you want to be sure of getting a daily newspaper, it's best to order one.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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