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book·let

 (bo͝ok′lĭt)
n.
A small bound book or pamphlet, usually having a paper cover.

booklet

(ˈbʊklɪt)
n
a thin book, esp one having paper covers; pamphlet

book•let

(ˈbʊk lɪt)

n.
a little book; pamphlet.
[1855–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.booklet - a small book usually having a paper coverbooklet - a small book usually having a paper cover
book - a written work or composition that has been published (printed on pages bound together); "I am reading a good book on economics"
blue book - a blue booklet used in universities for writing examinations
ticket book - a book of tickets that can be torn out and used

booklet

noun brochure, leaflet, hand-out, pamphlet, folder, mailshot, handbill a booklet on natural pesticides
Translations
كُتَيِّبكُتَيِّب، كُرّاسَه
brožura
pjecebrochurefolder
kirjanen
brošura
füzet
bæklingur
小冊子
소책자
knjižica
broschyr
หนังสือเล่มเล็ก
cuốn sổ nhỏ

booklet

[ˈbʊklɪt] Nfolleto m

booklet

[ˈbʊklət] nbrochure f

booklet

nBroschüre f

booklet

[ˈbʊklɪt] nopuscolo, libretto

book

(buk) noun
1. a number of sheets of paper (especially printed) bound together. an exercise book.
2. a piece of writing, bound and covered. I've written a book on Shakespeare.
3. a record of bets.
verb
1. to buy or reserve (a ticket, seat etc) for a play etc. I've booked four seats for Friday's concert.
2. to hire in advance. We've booked the hall for Saturday.
ˈbookable adjective
able to be reserved in advance. Are these seats bookable?
ˈbooking noun
a reservation.
ˈbooklet (-lit) noun
a small, thin book. a booklet about the history of the town.
ˈbookbinding noun
putting the covers on books.
ˈbookbinder noun
ˈbookcase noun
a set of shelves for books.
ˈbooking-office noun
an office where travel tickets etc are sold. a queue at the station booking-office.
ˈbookmaker noun
a professional betting man who takes bets and pays winnings.
ˈbookmark noun
something put in a book to mark a particular page.
ˈbookseller noun
a person who sells books.
ˈbookshelf noun
a shelf on which books are kept.
ˈbookshop noun
a shop which sells books.
ˈbookworm noun
a person who reads a lot.
booked up
having every ticket sold. The theatre is booked up for the season.
book in
to sign one's name on the list of guests at an hotel etc. We have booked in at the Royal Hotel.
by the book
strictly according to the rules. She always does things by the book.

booklet

كُتَيِّب brožura pjece Broschüre φυλλάδιο folleto kirjanen livret brošura opuscolo 小冊子 소책자 brochure hefte broszura folheto буклет broschyr หนังสือเล่มเล็ก kitapçık cuốn sổ nhỏ 小册子

booklet

n folleto, libreta
References in classic literature ?
Then she rose, went to the bookcase in the sitting room, took out a small paper booklet, and crossed the room to her niece's side.
His reckless instincts and love of pleasure were rather strangely combined with a sincere theoretical devotion to religion, and his first noticeable work (1701), a little booklet called 'The Christian Hero,' aimed, in opposition to fashionable license, to show that decency and goodness are requisites of a real gentleman.
"'Perturbed' referring, no doubt," she rejoined, "to the sensational booklets peculiar to the Rail.
"And when we travel by Electricity if I may venture to develop your theory we shall have leaflets instead of booklets, and the Murder and the Wedding will come on the same page."
The booklet, Organ Transplants: What Every Kid Needs to Know, provides children and their families with answers to many commonly asked questions.
The 14-page booklet, obtained by Rescue the North Korean People!
The Samsung guide is an eight-page booklet that also explains the technology and some of the basic products consumers need to get started.
The Caddy Club booklet offers over 125 hotels and golf courses throughout Scotland at complimentary or vastly discounted prices.
The electronic version of the Information Security booklet is available at www.ffiec.gov/guides.htm.
Developed by the Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Medical Center, the eight-page booklet called "The PSA Test for Prostate Cancer: Is It Right for Me?" promotes an open dialogue between physician, patient, and the patient's significant others.
The 85-page booklet, produced in cooperation with the Office of National Drug Control Policy, exemplifies the current vogue in "substance prevention," which eschews "didactic approaches or scare tactics" in favor of "interactive teaching techniques." The lesson plans are full of questions, but there is still only one right answer.
The instructions provided are quite sufficient if you are an experienced craftsperson who knows these things and just want information on this particular technique, but if you also want to know how to finish the project the booklet will not be enough.