Translation of booth in Spanish:

booth

cabina, n.

Pronunciation /buθ/ /buːð/ /buːθ/

See Spanish definition of cabina

noun

  • 1

    (cabin)
    cabina feminine
    information booth caseta de información
    • In the middle of the Mojave Desert is a phone booth housing the sole telephone for 16 miles in any direction.
    • Wi-fi providers have targeted a growing number of potential venues within which to establish access points, including hotels, airports, phone booths and restaurants.
    • I phoned Henning late that night in a phone booth near the restaurant.
    • These homemade announcements are mostly affixed to telephone poles, but garbage bins, phone booths and newspaper boxes are also info-rich urban texts.
    • He said he believed most voters would not refuse to vote simply because of a ban on mobile phones in booths.
    • He said outlying areas had booths with massive No votes.
    • She picked up over 70 percent of the vote in booths in Paddington, Surry Hills and Darlinghurst.
    • The Internet telephony booths will be a boon mainly to the non PC-user who is not comfortable with headphones.
    • But the numbers voting at such booths are so small that it's not clear how much effect the change will have.
    • They were getting returns with up to 25 per cent of the votes invalid in some booths.
    • When voting at a polling booth, there are officials present who ensure that only the person eligible to vote enters the booth to do so.
    • This is an important question because democracy is not just going into a booth to cast a vote on the basis of some campaign slogans.
    • Step inside the booth, in total privacy, and let the fine mist of tanning spray breeze over your entire body.
    • By comparison, advertising on 200 phone booths during that period would have cost over $400,000.
    • At other booths, the photographers allowed participants to reject their first photo in favor of a more flattering one.
    • Betting is currently allowed at official booths at dog and horse racing tracks, and some bookmakers are authorized to place odds on some sports events.
    • He looked around cautiously to see if anyone could overhear, but the booths were designed for privacy.
    • The indoor booth allowed for a controlled testing environment.
    • After each performance Camille's dressing room becomes a confession booth for each character.
    • In order to show a Cinerama film, you had to completely overhaul a movie theater, tearing out dozens of seats on the ground floor to make room for three projection booths.
  • 2polling booth

    cabina de votación feminine
    casilla de votación feminine Mexico
    caseta de votación feminine Chile
  • 3telephone booth

    cabina (de teléfono) feminine
  • 4

    (in restaurant)
    reservado masculine
  • 5

    (stall)
    (at market) puesto masculine
    (at fair) barraca feminine
    (at fair) caseta feminine
    (at exhibition) stand masculine
    • They set up temporary information booths at every village.
    • The market opened 100 booths selling South Korean clothes on 2,600 square meters of floor last August.
    • The exhibition booths show off everything from jewellery to furniture, from paintings to gourmet delicacies, from beauty and aromatherapy products to sculpture.
    • The Department of Agriculture and Food will also have information booths at its stand at the National Ploughing Championships at the end of the month near Tullow in Co Carlow.
    • Drums sound from nearby powwow dancing, while craftsmen cut deals at a string of booths selling everything from T-shirts to jewelry.
    • The street will then be set up as a street fair, with food stalls, entertainment booths, exhibitions, and cultural shows.
    • We walked around for a little while, staring at booths and small, temporary shops selling pieces of jewelry and lights that blinked.
    • The Biennial is not the standard ‘big tent’ art show with elaborate exhibition booths and a short but hectic run in a convention center or on a pier.
    • Crisis management groups have also been instructed to establish helpline and information booths at entry points to quake-hit areas for better coordination of relief work.
    • It is also a sort of fair with booths and stands offering food and tea, jewelry and wood, and stalls serving beer.
    • My patio hung over a medium sized street that was lined with shops and booths that sold fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers.
    • In addition to the informative show, the fashion fair included display booths for attendees to browse and pick-up useful information and tips about healthy lifestyles.
    • Over 300 organizations and businesses set up snazzy booths to sell wares, distribute information and collect signatures for various petitions.
    • On the flat lawn inside the oval of the track several tents, booths and pavilions had been erected to house the exhibits and shade the contests and performances.
    • The popular, colorful and exciting festival features booths selling food, handicrafts, fashion and accessories of Asian-Pacific countries.
    • People buying things from nearby stores were offered a chance to verify the weight of their purchases, using electronic weighing machines in the temporary booths put up by the roadside.
    • We'd also like volunteers to help out with taking donations and manning the information booths.
    • More than 35 Thai restaurants had set up and sold their specialities, and there were booths selling a wide variety of Thai handicrafts and food products.
    • The members had set up booths where they sold handicrafts, fashion accessories and food from their respective countries.