Translation of kiosk in Spanish:

kiosk

Pronunciation: /ˈkiːɑːsk; ˈkiːɒsk/

n

  • 1.1 (stall) quiosco (m)
    More example sentences
    • Its newspaper La Vérité was sold publicly in newspaper kiosks and had a wide readership.
    • Fans could bet on the numbers in bars, barber shops, newspaper kiosks, and other neighborhood outlets.
    • The popularisation of orange juice, sold at a kiosk at Flinders Street Station, was one of his novelties.
    1.2
    (telephone kiosk)
    (BrE) cabina (f) (telefónica)

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