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rebook

Syllabification: re·book
Pronunciation: /rēˈbo͝ok
 
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Definition of rebook in English:

verb

[with object]
Book (accommodation or a ticket) again: passengers were allowed to rebook those flights on Northwest or Pinnacle [no object]: a third of the tourists had rebooked for next year
More example sentences
  • After landing at Mumbai all the luggage was identified and rebooked on a flight to New Delhi, but not before the passengers were stranded at Mumbai airport for 12 hours without being offered any accommodation.
  • In any event, I wanted to go to Bilbao, so I rebooked onto the next flight, which is not until this afternoon.
  • But, once the flight left without me, I was told to rebook.

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