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Date: 1800-1900
Language: French
Origin: kiosque, from Turkish kösk 'small bulding for sitting in'

kiosk

noun
     
ki‧osk [countable]
1 a small building in the street where newspapers, sweets etc are sold
2 British English old-fashionedTCT a public telephone box

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