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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishboothbooth /buːð $ buːθ/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 DTBa small partly enclosed place where one person can do something privately, such as use the telephone or vote a voting booth2 DLOa small partly enclosed structure where you can buy things, play games, or get information, usually at a market or a fair a crafts booth3 DFTBa partly enclosed place in a restaurant, with a table between two long seats
Examples from the Corpus
boothThe election commission has therefore countermanded voting in several seats and ordered a re-poll in more than 1,000 booths.C., which seemed to express the feelings of the entire booth.They would frequently receive strange glances from those in other booths but she just ignored it.a phone boothBut, in the privacy of the polling booth, cooler and more hard-headed calculations came into play.Mulcahey pushed his way to a small booth in the rear.He walked back toward the telephone booth through knots of drinking blacks.It took three minutes for a plain-clothes policeman to reach the booths, but all were empty.a ticket boothThe guy in the ticket booth had snake tattoos all over his arms and glasses held together with toothpicks and tape.