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pre-book

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Definition of pre-book in English:

verb

[with object] (usually as adjective pre-booked)
Book (something) in advance: a pre-booked hotel reservation
More example sentences
  • Services are pre-booked in advance by telephone.
  • They had pre-booked the ferry sailings in advance - a legitimate company could barely have moved the goods that quickly.
  • The new centre, which aims to cut waiting times for patients, will offer patients high-quality, safe, fast pre-booked surgery and diagnosis facilities, and could be up and running from next year.

Derivatives

pre-bookable

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adjective
Example sentences
  • The pre-bookable tour is ominously described as ‘unsuitable for small children’.
  • For now, guests can qualify for a range of privileges at the golf course, including pre-bookable green fees with guaranteed tee-off times, use of the changing rooms at the clubhouse and a golfer's survival pack.
  • Perks include pre-bookable seating, free private return taxi transfer to and from the hotel and a €100 reduction per couple if you book before August 31.

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