book in/into phrasal

book in/into phrasal
verb BrE
1 (I) to arrive at a hotel and say who you are etc: I'll call you as soon as I've booked in at my hotel.
2 (transitive book someone in/into) to arrange for someone to stay at a hotel: Could you book me in at the Hilton for tonight?

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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  • book sb into sth — UK US book sb in/book sb into sth Phrasal Verb with book({{}}/bʊk/ verb mainly UK ► to arrange for someone to stay at a hotel, have an appointment, etc. at a time in the future: »They ve booked us in at the Grand Hotel in the main square. »I… …   Financial and business terms

  • book in/into sth — UK US book in/into sth Phrasal Verb with book({{}}/bʊk/ verb UK ► to say that you have arrived and receive your key when you get to a hotel: »Guests may book in any time after 12 o clock …   Financial and business terms

  • book in — or book into PHRASAL VERB When you book into a hotel or when you book in, you officially state that you have arrived to stay there, usually by signing your name in a register. [BRIT] [V P n] He was happy to book into the Royal Pavilion Hotel...… …   English dictionary

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  • book into sth — UK US book in/into sth Phrasal Verb with book({{}}/bʊk/ verb UK ► to say that you have arrived and receive your key when you get to a hotel: »Guests may book in any time after 12 o clock …   Financial and business terms

  • book sb in sth — UK US book sb in/book sb into sth Phrasal Verb with book({{}}/bʊk/ verb mainly UK ► to arrange for someone to stay at a hotel, have an appointment, etc. at a time in the future: »They ve booked us in at the Grand Hotel in the main square. »I… …   Financial and business terms

  • book in sth — UK US book in/into sth Phrasal Verb with book({{}}/bʊk/ verb UK ► to say that you have arrived and receive your key when you get to a hotel: »Guests may book in any time after 12 o clock …   Financial and business terms

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  • enter into — phrasal 1. : to inquire into (a subject) : examine, consider regrettable that the book does not enter into the moral aspect of the issue 2. : to make oneself a party to or in entered into a solemn treaty and covenant 3. : to form a constituent… …   Useful english dictionary

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