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book (iolra: books)

  1. leabhar
    • I read books.
      • Tha mise a'leughadh leabhraichean.
  2. An Leabhar.
    • In both English and Gaelic, "the Book" means the Bible.
  3. Her face was an open book.
  4. The book of love.
  5. We tried every trick in the book to solve the problem.
  6. The book on that filly is that she doesn't run well in the rain.
  7. My grandfather did everything by the book.
  8. The police threw the book at him when they finally arrested him.
  9. The judge brought him to book.
  10. a book of matches, a book of stamps
  11. A bookmaker makes book and takes bets.
  12. Upon winning that last trick, the bridge team made book.
  13. in one's own book
  14. in one's good books
  15. one for the book
  16. on the books


  1. She has plenty of book learning and no common sense.
  2. His book assets look great on paper, but he lives as if he were bone broke.


  1. They booked a table for 8 o'clock.
  2. He booked time for relaxation every day.
  3. They booked a hotel for the duration.
  4. The hotel was all booked up.
  5. Sergeant Friday said, "Book'em, Dano."
  6. The ref booked the goalie's number for picking up the ball with his hands.
  7. Book a flight on the internet.
  8. You book in at the front desk while I find a luggage cart.
  9. They booked when the show was over.