Definition of Booker Prize in English:

Booker Prize

Syllabification: Book·er Prize
Pronunciation: /ˈbo͝okər ˌprīz
A literary prize awarded annually for a novel published by a British, Irish, or Commonwealth citizen during the previous year, formerly financed by the multinational company Booker McConnell and since 2002 by the investment management firm Man Group plc. Full name Man Booker Prize.

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