Перевод: с английского на словацкий

со словацкого на английский

booking

  • 1 booking

    noun (a reservation.) rezervácia

    English-Slovak dictionary > booking

  • 2 booking-office

    noun (an office where travel tickets etc are sold: a queue at the station booking-office.) pokladňa na stanici
    * * *
    • pokladnica

    English-Slovak dictionary > booking-office

  • 3 booking-clerk

    • pokladník

    English-Slovak dictionary > booking-clerk

  • 4 Book

    [buk] 1. noun
    1) (a number of sheets of paper (especially printed) bound together: an exercise book.) zošit
    2) (a piece of writing, bound and covered: I've written a book on Shakespeare.) kniha
    3) (a record of bets.) stávky
    2. verb
    1) (to buy or reserve (a ticket, seat etc) for a play etc: I've booked four seats for Friday's concert.) rezervovať
    2) (to hire in advance: We've booked the hall for Saturday.) zaistiť si
    - booking
    - booklet
    - bookbinding
    - bookbinder
    - bookcase
    - booking-office
    - bookmaker
    - bookmark
    - bookseller
    - bookshelf
    - bookshop
    - bookworm
    - booked up
    - book in
    - by the book
    * * *
    • biblia

    English-Slovak dictionary > Book

  • 5 book

    [buk] 1. noun
    1) (a number of sheets of paper (especially printed) bound together: an exercise book.) zošit
    2) (a piece of writing, bound and covered: I've written a book on Shakespeare.) kniha
    3) (a record of bets.) stávky
    2. verb
    1) (to buy or reserve (a ticket, seat etc) for a play etc: I've booked four seats for Friday's concert.) rezervovať
    2) (to hire in advance: We've booked the hall for Saturday.) zaistiť si
    - booking
    - booklet
    - bookbinding
    - bookbinder
    - bookcase
    - booking-office
    - bookmaker
    - bookmark
    - bookseller
    - bookshelf
    - bookshop
    - bookworm
    - booked up
    - book in
    - by the book
    * * *
    • zapísat do knihy
    • zošit
    • úctovat
    • kniha
    • knihovat
    • rezervovat
    • rezervovat si
    • kúpit si
    • objednat

    English-Slovak dictionary > book

  • 6 advance

    1. verb
    1) (to move forward: The army advanced towards the town; Our plans are advancing well; He married the boss's daughter to advance (= improve) his chances of promotion.) postúpiť, zlepšiť
    2) (to supply (someone) with (money) on credit: The bank will advance you $500.) vyplatiť vopred
    2. noun
    1) (moving forward or progressing: We've halted the enemy's advance; Great advances in medicine have been made in this century.) postup, pokrok
    2) (a payment made before the normal time: Can I have an advance on my salary?) záloha
    3) ((usually in plural) an attempt at (especially sexual) seduction.) pokus o zblíženie
    3. adjective
    1) (made etc before the necessary or agreed time: an advance payment.) vopred
    2) (made beforehand: an advance booking.) dopredu
    3) (sent ahead of the main group or force: the advance guard.) predvojový
    - in advance
    * * *
    • záloha
    • zvýšit
    • prekrocit
    • preskocit
    • predstihovat
    • predom
    • predstih
    • predbiehanie
    • predbiehat
    • dat zálohu
    • postup
    • postúpit
    • povýšenie
    • posunút
    • pokrok
    • pokrocit
    • pokus zblíženia

    English-Slovak dictionary > advance

  • 7 confirm

    [kən'fə:m]
    1) (to establish or make quite certain: They confirmed their hotel booking by letter.) potvrdiť
    2) (to admit to full membership of certain Christian churches.) birmovať
    - confirmand
    - confirmed
    * * *
    • upevnit
    • birmovat
    • ratifikovat
    • overit
    • potvrdit
    • posilnit
    • potvrdenie

    English-Slovak dictionary > confirm

См. также в других словарях:

  • booking — book‧ing [ˈbʊkɪŋ] noun [countable] TRAVEL an arrangement in which a place on a plane, in a hotel, restaurant etc is kept for a customer who will arrive later; = RESERVATION: • There s a problem over a double booking (= one where two people have… …   Financial and business terms

  • booking — book·ing n: a procedure at a jail or police station following an arrest in which information about the arrest (as the time, the name of the arrested person, and the crime for which the arrest was made) is entered in the police register ◇ The… …   Law dictionary

  • Booking — may refer to:* Booking (comics) , a Korean comics anthology magazine published by Haksan * Booking (professional wrestling), the laying out of the plot before a professional wrestling match * An accounting system a.k.a. double entry bookkeeping… …   Wikipedia

  • booking — /ˈbukin(g), ingl. ˈbukɪŋ/ [vc. ingl., dal v. to book «prenotare, riservare»] s. m. inv. prenotazione …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • booking — m DEFINICIJA v. buking …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • booking — [n] engagement gig, performance date, play date, tour date; concept 384 …   New thesaurus

  • booking — [book′iŋ] n. an engagement, as for a lecture or concert …   English World dictionary

  • booking — noun 1 (esp. BrE) arrangement that you make in advance to buy a ticket, etc. ADJECTIVE ▪ advance, early ▪ late ▪ priority ▪ double (= two bookings for the same time) …   Collocations dictionary

  • booking — book|ing S3 [ˈbukıŋ] n 1.) an arrangement to travel by train, use a hotel room etc at a particular time in the future →↑reservation ▪ bookings on cruise ships ▪ I made a booking for two double rooms. ▪ I m calling to confirm my booking (=say… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • booking — n. (esp. BE) 1) to make a booking 2) to cancel a booking * * * [ bʊkɪŋ] (esp. BE) t. to make a booking to cancel a booking …   Combinatory dictionary

  • booking */*/ — UK [ˈbʊkɪŋ] / US noun [countable] Word forms booking : singular booking plural bookings 1) tourism an arrangement to buy a travel ticket, stay in a hotel room etc at a later date Holiday bookings are up 20% on last year. make a booking: You can… …   English dictionary


Поделиться ссылкой на выделенное

Прямая ссылка:
Нажмите правой клавишей мыши и выберите «Копировать ссылку»