English version

bookstall

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbookstallbook‧stall /ˈbʊkstɔːl $ -stɒːl/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 British EnglishBBTTCN a small shop that has an open front and sells books and magazines, often at a railway station syn newsstand American English
Examples from the Corpus
bookstallLess than ten yards away from Harry as he waited for the Swindon train, the same man stood examining paperbacks on a bookstall.Love Thirty will sit comfortably on any coffee table, any bookstall.She waved to old Mr Pinkney, who was patiently manning the second-hand bookstall.Queerer books had been published and sold - at least, he saw them on bookstalls.The formula of the bookstall blockbuster is only too persuasive, offering an optimistic view of social dangers and confusions.There were no posters in the streets, few reminiscences on the bookstalls, and only a moderate media build-up.I strode over to the bookstall and bought myself a map of the place.
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