通过 … 预订
That student lost his book yesterday.那个学生昨天丢了书。
Write the essay in your (exercise-)books, not on rough paper.把文章写在练习簿里，不要写在草稿纸上。
I’ll book you on a direct flight to London.我将为你预订直飞伦敦的航班。
You’ll have to book early if you want to see that fashion show.你要想看那场时装表演的话，就得早点儿定座位。
He was booked on a charge of speeding.他因超速开车而被记录在案。
He was booked by the referee for foul play.他因为动作犯规而被裁判记下姓名。
What’s the title of the book?
The book runs to 500 pages.
This is a book of pictures, travels and poetry.
This book throws all the others into the shade.
I find it hard to lay the book down until the final page is reached.
He never lends books; he says it’s too difficult to get them back.
He wrote a book on the experience of his tour.
He ordered some new books.
I hope you were pleased with the book I sent you.
I have presented you with this book.
I have read your book with pleasure and profit.
I will return you the book you lent me.
The book is uncut.
He bought a six-penny book.
He studies his books.
The subject of the book is interesting.
It’s not enough just to have book learning.
I have read your book with pleasure.
He has written three books on economics.
I bought a book in several volumes.
I wrote a book.
I’ve written a book on Shakespeare.
Out of the material thus accumulated he has built a book.
The book is unpretending.
I sincerely hope you will be able to get your book out soon.
He defends his doctrine in his new book.
Write your name on the visitor’s books, please.
I went to the telephone book, but couldn’t find her address.
I have consulted a number of law books in the British Museum.
Where’s my exercise-book?
Many moving comments have been recorded in the visitors’ book.
A book is no better or worse than its author.
Books and friends should be few but good.
I can’t quite see how to put this thing together; where’s the book of words?
This book is out of print.
After the criminal’s trial and conviction, the district attorney finally closed the books on the case.
I can’t go to the movies tonight; I have to hit the books.
He is buried in his books.
This is a ticket book.
Their books are not in order.
He keeps my books.
The books were closed for auditing.
She wrote the music and he wrote the book.
The book is bound in crimson morocco.
The book may have been misplaced somewhere else.
This book deals with an important social problem.
The book had a good sale.
The book is reprinting.
You’ll have to book early if you want to see that show.
If you want to go to London, you’d better book early in the morning.
I’d like to book a seat to Munich for Monday the tenth.
We are glad to have booked with you 1000 dozen Men’s shirts.
We have booked your order.
He booked all the orders from his customers.
He booked the suspect on a charge of breaking and entering.
They booked him on suspicion.
Seats can be booked from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The hotel was fully booked.
Seats for the game can be booked one week in advance.
That transaction was not booked yet.
All the four pieces of her baggage were booked to San Francisco.
You are being booked.
S+～+ n./pron. +to- v
We’ve booked the orchestra to appear here on Saturday.
用作双宾动词S+～+ pron./n. + n./pron.
She booked me a seat.
S+～+ n./pron. +for pron./n.
He booked a ticket for me.
用作名词(n.)a closed book自己一无所知的科目 subject about which one knows nothing
according to〔by〕 the book严格按照规章办事 strictly according to the rules
one for the book(s)不平常的事 sth worth noting〔recording〕
read like a book清楚地了解某人的动机、思想等 understand clearly sb’s motives, thoughts, etc.
read sb like a book
I can read you like a book:you’re not sorry at all.
I know what he’ll probably do—I can read him like a book.
suit one’s〔sb’s〕 books对某人方便；合某人心意 be convenient or acceptable to sb
throw the book at〈非正〉严惩，严斥；尽量往…身上加罪名 be punished; make as many accusations as possible
an open book直爽而容易了解的人 person who is easily understood and very frank
be at one’s books用功地学习 study hard
be in sb’s good〔bad〕 books得到〔得不到〕某人的好感或赞许 have〔not〕 have sb’s favour or approval
bring to book审查；盘问；惩罚某人 require sb to give an explanation of his behaviour; punish sb
bring sb to book
He was eventually brought to book for his treachery.
every〔any〕 trick in the book每一种〔各种〕招数或计谋 every〔any〕 trick that can be used to achieve what one wants
in one’s book〈口〉按某人个人看法 in one’s own opinion
like a book彻底地，正确地，准确地 very clearly
on〔off〕 the books在〔不在〕名册上 (not) in the record
用作动词(v.)book down (v.+adv.)登记 put down in a book; register
book for (v.+prep.)因…而记下名字 write down (one’s) name for (some) reason
be booked for sth
I’m afraid he’s booked for a long illness.
I am booked for it.
book for sth
He has booked for the play.
He booked for the following day’s bus.
I’ve booked four seats for Friday’s concert.
book sb for v-ing
The driver was booked for exceeding the speed limit.
He was booked for speeding.
Wendy passed her driving test and was booked for speeding the very next day.
book in (v.+adv.)为…订房间 reserve a place for sb in one hotel
We booked in at 3 o’clock.
He booked in immediately on arrival at the university.
Where do we book in?
Would you please book in?
Those people haven’t booked in yet.
We booked in as soon as we arrived at the Royal Hotel.
It is time for you to book in.We have no time to lose.
They haven’t booked in; I don’t think the receptionist has noticed them.
He booked in at that hotel.
It is always advisable to book in early when you want a hotel room in the tourist season.
You have to book in before you can move into the hotel.
Looking through the reception book of the hotel we found our purchasing agent had booked in three days before.
Always insist upon seeing your room before booking in.
book sb/sth in
One of the attendants booked us in while two others helped us carry our things upstairs.
It was alleged that Martin, who did not arrive on time, had been booked in by Arnold.
Detailed items of all the goods to be shipped have to be booked in.
book sb in
I had booked us in at a hotel in Torquary.
I’ve booked you in at the Grand Hotel.I hope you approve.
Let’s book him in at the Hilton Hotel.
My aunt is coming to stay so I’ve booked her in at the nearest hotel.
If they’re only staying for two nights,I suggest that you book them in at the Palm Beach.
book into (v.+prep.)签到,登记 sign one’s name on the list of guest at the hotel, etc.
book into some place
He booked into the Hilton Hotel last night.
book off (v.+adv.)〈美·非正〉(尤指因与雇主不和)宣布某一天不上工 declare one’s intention not to work on a particular day, especially because of a disagreement with one’s employer
When I was working on the railway,I had to book off after eight hours’ work.
book off sick
Three hundred men have booked off sick at the car factory.
book out (v.+adv.)客满 have all one’s space filled
I’d like to book out early in the morning.
I’ll book out for all of us.How much should I pay?
book sb out
He booked me out.
The clerk is busy booking the guests out.
book sth out
I’m sorry, the hotel is booked out.
book out of (v.+adv.+prep.)逐出,开除 informal make sb leave a house, job, club, etc., often because of bad behaviour or bad work
book sb out of sth
Now that they’ve decided to build a shopping centre, nearly a hundred local people are going to be booked out of their homes.
book through (v.+adv.)订购直达票 buy a ticket for the whole of a divided journey
If you have to change trains in London, you may be able to book through; ask the ticket collector.
book through to sth
I shall book through to Nanchang.
Can I book through to Naples?
book sb sth through to sth
Can you book me a ticket through to Naples?
book up (v.+adv.)预订,预订座位 make reservations; have no free time left through pressure of engagements, etc.
〔说明〕 book up不用于被动结构。
If you want to go to Hangzhou for your holiday, you ought to book up now.
You will have to book up early if you want to see that film.
book sb/sth ⇔ up
He would like to book up the ticket for tomorrow.
They have booked the whole place up for weeks.
All the hotels are booked up for the season, you will never find anywhere to book in at now.
The performance is booked up.
It’s booked up; I can’t get tickets.
I’m booked up all next week.
Sorry,I cannot come; I am already booked up for that evening.
The singer is always booked up for a year ahead.
I’m afraid I can’t come; I’m booked up all next week.
I might go out if I had anybody to go with.Are you fully booked up?
I’m afraid I can’t see you this week; I am booked up every evening.
abridge a book节删一本书
balance one’s books结算账目
copyright a book以版权保护一本书
devour a book贪婪地读一本书
edit a book of poetry编辑一部诗集
examine the books查账
finish a book读〔写〕完一本书
gallop through a book匆匆看完一本书
hit the book〈美〉用功
look through the books查账
ban a book查禁一本书
mend a book修订书
mutilate a book把书删改得支离破碎
notice a new book介绍一本新书
open a book打开书
order a book订购某书
peruse a book精读一本书
pirate a book非法偷印一本书
proofread a book校对一部著作
publish a book出版一本书
bind a book装订一本书
pulp old books把旧书做成造纸的纸浆
put out a book出版一本书
read a book读一本书
recommend a book推荐一本书
replace a book on the shelf把书放回书架上去
reread a book重读一本书
reset a book对一本书进行改版
return a book还书
review a book评论一本书
shut the books结账,停止营业
borrow a book借本书
skim a book略读一本书
stack up the books把书撂起来
tear one’s book把书撕毁
translate a book翻译一本书
write a book写书
bring out a book出版一本书
buy a book买书
catalogue a book编图书目录
censor a book审查一本书
close a book合上书
musty old books发霉的旧书
the Good Book《圣经》
most delightful and refreshing book读来令人心旷神怡的书
book mark (er)书签
book to be published出版一本书
by the book按常规
go by the book一丝不苟地按规则办事
annotated edition of the book这本书的注释版本
off the books除名，退会
on the books已登记，记入名册
from a book从书中
in a book在书中
be in sb’s black books失宠
be in sb ‘s good books得宠
a set of books一套书
the catalogues of books图书目录
the index of a book一本书的索引
pirated edition of the book那本书的非法翻印版本
book about law有关法律的书
book at press印刷中的书
book by double entry复式簿记
book for pleasure供消遣的书
book for visitors来访登记
book in English用英文撰写的书
book in print正在印制中的书
book of stamps集邮簿
a book of tickets一本票子
book of travel旅行随笔
book on hypnotism催眠术论著
book on law有关法律的书
book on popular science科普读物
book out of print绝版书
book a call预约电话
book a container预订集装箱
book a flight预订机票
book a hotel room预订旅馆房间
book a passage预订船票
book a performance预订一场演出的票
book a room预订房间
book a seat订了个座位
book a table预订宴席
book a train ticket预订火车票
book one’s passage订购船票
book oneself for给自己预订
a book泛指各种书中的一本；如果指许多相同书中的一本，则应说a copy of book。
book up表示“事先保留，预订”，常见于英式英语中。book in表示“在旅馆登记”，多用于英式英语中。作“签到，注册”解时，在英国和美国均用。