English version

phone booth

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Telephone, telegraph
phone boothˈphone booth noun [countable]  TCTa small structure that is partly or completely enclosed, containing a public telephone
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phone boothAs soon as he could, he found a phone booth.You're a millionaire call while in a phone booth in Creeksville-in-the-Boondocks.In a phone booth, Celine gives Robert lessons in sounding demanding and ruthless in his ransom calls to Naville.He was standing in an exposed phone booth.It took him a few minutes to find a public phone booth.He left the phone booth and went quickly out to the street.
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