Booth may refer to:
Isolation booth, device used to prevent a person or people from seeing or hearing certain events
Photo booth, vending machine or modern kiosk which contains an automated, usually coin-operated, camera and film processor
Voting booth, where voters attend to cast their ballot in an election as part of the voting process in a democracy or republic
Telephone booth, small structure furnished with a payphone and designed for a telephone user's convenience
Ticket booth, place where tickets are sold to the public for admission to a venue
Toll booth, road on which a toll authority collects a fee for use
Food booth, a temporary structure from which food is sold to the general public.
Agony booth, a fictional device in the "Star Trek" universe
Suicide booth, a fictional machine in the animated series "Futurama"
*"Phone Booth" (film), a 2003 movie with Kiefer Sutherland
*"Booth", a play by
Booth Savage, Canadian actor
Seeley Booth, a character from the TV show "Bones"
Booth, East Riding of Yorkshire, a small village near Goole.
*Control booth, the area of the theater designated for the operation of technical equipment.
In other fields:
*John Wilkes Booth assassinated Abraham Lincoln.
*Booth babe, person hired to help increase awareness about a product or service during an industry conference or trade show
Booth Gardner, American politician
Booth House, prominent heritage building in downtown Ottawa
Booth Island, rugged, Y-shaped island
Booth Tarkington, American writer
Booth's multiplication algorithm, algorithm invented by Andrew D. Booth
Taylor Booth, a mathematician specialist of automata theory
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Booth — (b[=oo][th]), n. [OE. bothe; cf. Icel. b[=u][eth], Dan. & Sw. bod, MHG. buode, G. bude, baude; from the same root as AS. b[=u]an to dwell, E. boor, bower, be; cf. Bohem. bauda, Pol. buda, Russ. budka, Lith. buda, W. bwth, pl. bythod, Gael. buth,… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Booth — Booth, William * * * (as used in expressions) Booth, Edwin (Thomas) Booth, John Wilkes Booth, William Tarkington, (Newton) Booth … Enciclopedia Universal
Booth — [buːȓ], 1) Edwin Thomas, amerikanischer Schauspieler, * Bel Air (Maryland) 13. 11. 1833, ✝ New York 7. 6. 1893, Sohn des britischen (seit 1821 in Amerika lebenden) Schauspielers Junius Brutus Booth (* 1796, ✝ 1852); v. a. Shakespeare… … Universal-Lexikon
booth — booth; booth·ite; toll·booth; bar·booth; … English syllables
booth — UK US /buːð/ noun [C] (UK usually stand) ► MARKETING an area, table, etc. set up by an organization at a fair or other event to show or sell its products or services: »At the booth, the marketing executive told me about the toys and gadgets his… … Financial and business terms
booth — [bu:ð US bu:θ] n [Date: 1100 1200; Origin: From a Scandinavian language] 1.) a small partly enclosed place where one person can do something privately, such as use the telephone or vote ▪ a voting booth 2.) a small partly enclosed structure or… … Dictionary of contemporary English
Booth — Booth, John Wilkes (1838 65) the man who shot and killed US President Abraham Lincoln Booth 2 Booth, William (1829 1912) a British religious leader who started the ↑Salvation Army … Dictionary of contemporary English
booth — [ buð, buθ ] noun count * 1. ) an enclosed space, big enough for one person, where you can do something without other people seeing or hearing you, especially vote or make a phone call a ) a small enclosed space where you can buy things, look at… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English