telephone kiosk


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Noun1.telephone kiosk - booth for using a telephonetelephone kiosk - booth for using a telephone    
kiosk, stall, booth, cubicle - small area set off by walls for special use
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telephone kiosk

n (Brit) → cabina telefonica
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He pleaded guilty to a charge of criminal damage, causing damage to the BT telephone kiosk by smashing the window worth PS175.
d) Any records of police checks on telephone kiosks in close proximity to the Mulberry Bush and Tavern in the Town pubs on or after November 21, 1974.
Oldest in the list is the red K2 telephone kiosk, designed in 1926 by Giles Gilbert Scott.
Caption: Sapporo Beer's new ad campaign, which reads "Senses Never Forget," will be prominently featured on over one hundred vertical panels posted throughout the streets of New York City, thanks to a telephone kiosk campaign fielded by Titan Outdoor LLC.
2) Our experience of our surroundings is shaped and tempered by small things a door handle, bench, bus shelter, fountain, gazebo, garden shed, telephone kiosk apparently unimportant details, but if thoughtfully designed they add to the dignity and pleasure of daily life.
Good thing he's not standing next to another of his company's ads - a telephone kiosk poster showing a glimpse of the bare derriere of supermodel Kate Moss, for designer Calvin Klein's "Obsession" perfume.
Titan Worldwide is the world's largest privately owned, full service out-of-home advertising company providing sales, marketing and maintenance of transit, billboard, wallscape, telephone kiosk, street banner, shopping mall, supermarket and construction bridge advertising.
The 75-year-old was detained after messages were scrawled on a bus stop and telephone kiosk earlier this year.
A police spokesman said: "The whole apartment was rigged up as one massive torture chamber with a big old-fashioned telephone kiosk soundproofed as the cell for his victim.
He was set upon near a telephone kiosk in Liverpool Road by a group of four men.
In these days of instant gratification - although I've never minded waiting ten minutes or so for the really good stuff - and a mobile phone in every pocket, it has been a very long time indeed since I required the assistance of a telephone kiosk for the purposes for which it was intended.
At about 9:45am a witness within McBride's Pharmacy saw both accused within the public telephone kiosk.