An engagement, as for a performance by an entertainer.(noun)
A reservation, as for accommodations at a hotel.(noun)
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Use "booking" in a sentence
"Pretty soon the only place ole Axis Annie here will be able to get a booking is at a well financed compound in northern Idaho."
"But it all went wrong when the unnamed company sent a stripper dressed as a policewoman instead of a "gorillagram"in what it called a booking error.... full article ...is that no one was suspended."
"Now moving onto the customer segments where the discussion is on a global basis as measured by orders for what we call booking from year over year and at times sequentially."