book in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- કરેલી શરતની નોંધ(પોથી) ⇄ book gujarati
- કોઇ સાહિત ્યિક કૃતિન ો અથવા બાઇબલનો મુખ્ય વિભ ાગ ⇄ book gujarati
- ચેક ⇄ book gujarati
- ચોપડી ⇄ book gujarati
- ટિકિટો ⇄ book gujarati
- દીવાસળીઓ ⇄ book gujarati
- પુસ્તક ⇄ book gujarati
- મંડળ કે સંસ્થાનું દફતર ⇄ book gujarati
- વેપારીનો હિસાબ ⇄ book gujarati
- સંગીતનાટિકાનાં ગીતોનું પુસ્તક ⇄ book gujarati
- સામયિક ⇄ book gujarati
- સાહિત્યિક કૃતિ ⇄ book gujarati
- હિસાબના ચોપડા ⇄ book gujarati
book in English
- book ⇄ adj. bookable. english
- book ⇄ adj. 1. of or having to do with books.
Ex. a book salesman, the book trade.
2. according to books; learned from books.
Ex. book lore.
3. shown on books of account.
Ex. a book loss of 10 cents a share of stock, a net book penglish
- book ⇄ book, noun, verb, adjective. english
- book ⇄ expr. be in (someone's) bad books, be in disfavor with one.
Ex. The Arminians ... at that time were in his bad books (W. Perry).english
- book ⇄ expr. book in,
a. to enter the arrival of an employee in a book.
Ex. Wanted young lady, ... one able to book in (London Daily Chronicle).
b. to register one's arrival.
Ex. In any fleet garage at shift time, at any cashier's cageenglish
- book ⇄ expr. book off, (British.) to record one's going off duty in a book.
Ex. Tonight he drives his engine for the last time. Tomorrow he ""books off"" ... and the Line knows him no more (Observer).english
- book ⇄ expr. books, the complete records of a business: especially records of business accounts.
Ex. If you received the note from us, it must be entered in our books (Maria Edgeworth).english
- book ⇄ expr. bring to book,
a. to demand an explanation from.
Ex. His employer brought him to book over the missing stock.
b. to call to account; rebuke.
Ex. We shall have to bring him to book about his poor standard of work.
- book ⇄ expr. by the book,
a. by rule; accurately.
Ex. He played the game carelessly and not by the book.
b. with careful attention to prescribed detail.
Ex. to work by the book.english
- book ⇄ expr. close the books,
a. to stop entering items in an account book to balance the account, draw up statements, or the like.
Ex. The books were closed for the audit.
b. (Figurative.) to bring anything to an end.
Ex. After the crenglish
- book ⇄ expr. in one's book, (U.S. Informal.) in one's opinion or judgment.
Ex. In my book, he's the best writer of fiction now living.english
- book ⇄ expr. in one's good books, in favor with one; in one's good opinion.
Ex. The new pupil wanted to be in the teacher's good books.english
- book ⇄ expr. in the book, on record; known.
Ex. He ... has amassed a total of 46 convictions for almost every con game in the book (Maclean's).english
- book ⇄ expr. keep a book, to run a betting system, usually small and unlawful.
Ex. The police raided the house where he was keeping a book.english
- book ⇄ expr. keep books, to keep a record of business accounts.
Ex. An accountant keeps books for the grocer.english
- book ⇄ expr. like a book, with fullness or accuracy; completely.
Ex. Good teachers know their students like a book.english
- book ⇄ expr. make book, (U.S.) to take bets.
Ex. I'll make book on him. If anybody in the world can save [it], he can (New Yorker).english
- book ⇄ expr. on the books, enrolled on the official list, especially of students or members, or listed as part of a group of patients, clients, customers with charge account privileges, or the like.
Ex. She ... continued on the books as an outpatient (H.english
- book ⇄ expr. one for the book, something exceptional or extraordinary.
Ex. Two half brothers in the same race is a rarity; three is one for the book (New Yorker).english
- book ⇄ expr. suit one's book, to be favorable to one's aims.
Ex. [She will] sell other nations down the river when it suits her book (Manchester Guardian Weekly).english
- book ⇄ expr. the book,
a. the Bible.
Ex. ""Swear,"" added Enoch sternly, ""on the book,"" And on the book, half-frightened, Miriam swore (Tennyson).
b. the telephone book.
Ex. Give me a call soon; my name is in the book.english
- book ⇄ expr. throw the book at, (U.S. Slang.) to punish to the full limit of the law.
Ex. The judge threw the book at the man who had slugged a policeman.english
- book ⇄ expr. without book,
a. by memory; without reading; without notes.
Ex. He ... speaks three or four languages word for word without book (Shakespeare).
b. without authority.
Ex. To show you that I do not speak wholly without bookenglish
- book ⇄ noun 1. written or printed sheets of paper bound together between covers.
Ex. She read the first two chapters of her book.
2. blank sheets bound together.
Ex. You can keep a record of what you spend in this book.english
- book ⇄ v.i. to engage passage, a seat, a place, or other accommodation, beforehand.
Ex. Sam Weller booked for them all (Dickens).english
- book ⇄ v.t. 1. to make reservations to get tickets or to engage service.
Ex. He has booked passage by air from New York to London.
2. to make accommodations for.
Ex. to book a passenger from New York to Boston on a planeenglish