Predicate: book

Roleset id: book.01 , record charges, fees or records, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

book.01: BOOK-V NOTES: Frames file for 'book' based on sentences in financial subcorpus. Verbnet entry get 13.5.1, but I don't see the connection. No comparison. (from book.01-v predicate notes)


book (v.)


        Arg0-PAG: officer, agent doing booking
        Arg1-PPT: criminal, person or value being booked
        Arg2-CAU: crime, what you are booked for or as
        Arg3-GOL: prison, place booked into


        Christopher Blair Labat , 24 , was booked *-1 Tuesday on one count of aggravated assault

        Arg1: Christopher Blair Labat , 24
        Rel: booked
        Argm-tmp: Tuesday
        Arg2: on one count of aggravated assault


        He was booked for DUI on Friday night in Beverly Hills.

        Arg1: He
        Rel: booked
        Arg2: for DUI
        Argm-tmp: on Friday night
        Argm-loc: in Beverly Hills

Example: Charges

        Some analysts hedge their estimates for Quantum, because it isn't known when the company will book certain one-time charges.

        Arg0: the company
        Argm-mod: will
        Rel: book
        Arg1: certain one-time charges


        If it had been a Chelsea player that was booked for diving there would be outrage

        Arg1: *T* (Chelsea player, that)
        Rel: booked
        Arg2: for diving

Roleset id: book.03 , schedule (perhaps fully); purchase a ticker or appointment, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

book.03: BOOK-V NOTES: Added for unification (from book.03-v) BOOKED-J NOTES: Added by Julia based on SMS. (from booked.01-j)


booking (n.)
book (v.)
booked (j.)


        Arg0-PAG: person buying/scheduling the activity/appointment
        Arg1-PPT: activity/room booked; tickets
        Arg2-GOL: schedule owner
        Arg3-GOL: the schedule itself
        Arg4-MNR: booking agent, if different from arg0
        Arg5-TMP: itinerary, time of activity

Example: arg2

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Wow ! Cool . Sorry you have to wait but I guess it 's good I 'm booked !

        Arg2: I
        Rel: booked

Example: args3 and 1

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        I doubt it 's me ! :-RRB- It 's probably booked with returning patients . :-RRB-

        Arg3: it
        Argm-adv: probably
        Rel: booked
        Arg0: with returning patients

Example: arg5

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        We 've booked Italy tickets for next October

        Arg0: We
        Rel: booked
        Arg1: Italy tickets
        Arg5: for next October

Example: booking agent

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The one time 0 I actually booked through a travel agent

        Argm-tmp: The one time
        Arg0: I
        Argm-adv: actually
        Rel: booked
        Arg4: through a travel agent

Example: passive

        Peter Otradovec, vice president for planning at the Phoenix, Ariz., carrier, said in an interview that the work stoppage at Boeing, now entering its 13th day, ``has caused some turmoil in our scheduling '' and that more than 500 passengers who [*T*] were booked to fly out of Houston on America West would now be put on other airlines.

        Arg0: more than 500 passengers ..who
        Rel: booked
        Arg1: to fly out of Houston on America West

Predicate: book_up

Roleset id: book_up.02 , book completely, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

book_up.02: BOOK_UP-V NOTES: (from book.02-v)


book_up (v.)


        Arg0-PAG: booker, entity making reservation, etc
        Arg1-PPT: booked, hotel, etc.

Example: Hotels

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        [All hotels in the 10-mile radius from San Jose]-1 have been booked *-1 up.

        Rel: [booked][up]
        Arg1: *-1