Commentary: Syntax Includes: NP1[actor] BOOK NP2[theme] (from NP3[actor]) NP1[actor] BOOK NP2[actor] NP1[actor] BOOK NP2[theme] for NP3[actor]
NOTE: (and more variations of these roles--see examples)
I've booked a table at the fanciest restaurant in town!
Seats and meals must be booked directly from Vintage Trains.
He booked a flight to Chicago.
The travel agent booked him on a flight to Chicago.
My son was coming in late, so I booked a hotel for him in the area.
They booked up the entire hotel.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2, 1, 4
WordNet Verb Particle Constructions, Multiword Expressions:
Book him, Danno!
Police booked him on charges of burglary and violation of probation.
She was amazed when the officer demanded her license and then booked her.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3
They often booked the revenue from the transactions immediately instead
of spreading it out over the life of the contract.
Lucent said it booked $1 billion in orders for optical-networking gear.
The following are not gifts, and should not be booked as gifts.
Commentary: includes BOOK IT
He booked away from her, toward the sea.
We really booked it up the trail from the trailhead.
He booked it down the first base line.
As soon as the doors opened, she booked towards the display.