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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbookablebook‧a‧ble /ˈbʊkəbəl/ adjective British English  1 APBUYtickets for a concert, performance etc that are bookable can be ordered before it happens2 bookable offence
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bookableTables are bookable in advance by phoning Darlington.Minimum rental bookable in advance is for three days.Tickets cost £12 and are bookable in advance through the Theatre Administrator.These special excursions are bookable in resort, please see your Citalia Representative at the Capo Boi.Derby's Coleman was sent off late for his second bookable offence.Ferguson, son of United boss Alex, went for two bookable offences in a stormy game that saw three dismissals.Please note that car hire is not bookable on Viewdata.These are all bookable through an 0800 freephone number.
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