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Books

bʊk

Meanings of Books:

noun

A written or printed work consisting of pages glued or sewn together along one side and bound in covers.

Usage examples:

A book of selected poems
verb

Reserve (accommodation, a place, etc.); buy (a ticket) in advance.

Usage examples:

I have booked a table at the swan

Bookseller

ˈbʊksɛlə

Meanings of Bookseller:

noun

A person who sells books, especially as the owner or manager of a bookshop.

Usage examples:

The publisher would not reveal the size of its initial print run but said it was forced to publish …

Booksellers

ˈbʊksɛlə

Meanings of Booksellers:

noun

A person who sells books, especially as the owner or manager of a bookshop.

Usage examples:

The publisher would not reveal the size of its initial print run but said it was forced to publish …

Meanings of Bookselling:

noun

The activity or business of selling books

Usage examples:

Growth of internet bookselling has made the bookshop's problems worse.

Bookshelf

ˈbʊkʃɛlf

Meanings of Bookshelf:

noun

A shelf on which books can be stored.

Usage examples:

I was sorting out the books on beth's bookshelves to make more room for our junk when i found her c…

Bookshelves

ˈbʊkʃɛlf

Meanings of Bookshelves:

noun

A shelf on which books can be stored.

Usage examples:

I was sorting out the books on beth's bookshelves to make more room for our junk when i found her c…

Meanings of Bookshop:

noun

A shop where books are sold.

Usage examples:

Both of these books are available at bookstores and shops that specialize in bird supplies.

Meanings of Bookshops:

noun

A shop where books are sold.

Usage examples:

Both of these books are available at bookstores and shops that specialize in bird supplies.

Meanings of Bookstack:

noun

An area of a library for the compact storage of books, especially one having restricted public access.

Meanings of Bookstall:

noun

A stand where books and sometimes newspapers are sold, especially out of doors or at a railway station.

Usage examples:

A good number of members joined and the room was greatly appreciated by those who lived in outside …

Bookstore

ˈbʊk.stɔːr

Meanings of Bookstore:

noun

A shop where books are sold.

Usage examples:

Both of these books are available at bookstores and shops that specialize in bird supplies.

Bookstores

ˈbʊk.stɔːr

Meanings of Bookstores:

noun

A shop where books are sold.

Usage examples:

Both of these books are available at bookstores and shops that specialize in bird supplies.

Booksy

ˈbʊksi

Meanings of Booksy:

adjective

Having literary or bookish pretensions.

Usage examples:

Our weekly journals are filled with book reviews or booksy gossip

Meanings of Bookwards:

adverb

In the direction of books; in or into print; towards publication.

Meanings of Bookwise:

adjective

= book-learned .

adverb

In the manner or form of a book.

Bookwork

ˈbʊkwəːk

Meanings of Bookwork:

noun

The activity of keeping records of accounts.

Usage examples:

The bookwork has a tendency to pile up if i don't keep on top of it

Bookworm

ˈbʊk.wɜːm

Meanings of Bookworm:

noun

A person who enjoys reading.

Usage examples:

As a serious bookworm, i missed browsing at the library

Meanings of Bookworms:

noun

A person who enjoys reading.

Usage examples:

As a serious bookworm, i missed browsing at the library

Meanings of Bookwright:

noun

A maker or author of books.

Boolean

ˈbuːlɪən

Meanings of Boolean:

adjective

Denoting a system of algebraic notation used to represent logical propositions by means of the binary digits 0 (false) and 1 (true), especially in computing and electronics.

Usage examples:

Indeed, today, all computers are based on boolean algebra, another example that mathematics is ofte…
noun

A binary variable that can have one of two possible values, 0 (false) or 1 (true).

Usage examples:

The full boolean is available from the main page search box and supports nesting.

Meanings of Booleans:

noun

A binary variable that can have one of two possible values, 0 (false) or 1 (true).

Usage examples:

The full boolean is available from the main page search box and supports nesting.
adjective

Denoting a system of algebraic notation used to represent logical propositions by means of the binary digits 0 (false) and 1 (true), especially in computing and electronics.

Usage examples:

Indeed, today, all computers are based on boolean algebra, another example that mathematics is ofte…

Boom

buːm

Meanings of Boom:

noun

A loud, deep, resonant sound.

Usage examples:

The deep boom of the bass drum
verb

Make a loud, deep, resonant sound.

Usage examples:

Thunder boomed in the sky
exclamation

Used to imitate a loud, deep, resonant sound.

Usage examples:

The boat was lifted up and then boom, down it went

Meanings of Boombox:

noun

A large portable radio and cassette player capable of powerful sound.

Usage examples:

Teenagers dance to boom boxes on warm april nights

Boomer

ˈbuːmə

Meanings of Boomer:

noun

Short for baby boomer.

Boomerang

ˈbuː.mə.ræŋ

Meanings of Boomerang:

noun

A curved flat piece of wood that can be thrown so that it will return to the thrower, traditionally used by australian aboriginal people as a hunting weapon.

Usage examples:

Well, although we associate the boomerang with australian aborigines, many cultures used boomerang-…
verb

(of a plan or action) recoil on the originator.

Usage examples:

Misleading consumers about quality will eventually boomerang on a car-maker

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