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booklet

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Pronunciation: /ˈbʊklɪt
 
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Definition of booklet in English:

noun

A small, thin book with paper covers, typically giving information on a particular subject.
Example sentences
  • The cash can be used to buy tools, to manage the park's wildlife habitats and to produce leaflets and information booklets.
  • His ceaseless energy has also been directed to penning books and booklets on the fisheries sector.
  • Enrolment forms and information booklets are available from the school.
Synonyms
North American folder, mailer
informal bumf
North American & Australian/New Zealand informal dodger

Words that rhyme with booklet

brooklet, hooklet

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