book into

phr verb
Book into is used with these nouns as the object: ↑hotel

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  • book into — see book in …   English dictionary

  • book into something — ˌbook ˈin/ˈinto sth derived (BrE) to arrive at a hotel, etc. and arrange to stay there • I got in at ten and booked straight into a hotel. Main entry: ↑bookderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • 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

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