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N-COUNT 书；书籍；本子；簿册 A book is a number of pieces of paper, usually with words printed on them, which are fastened together and fixed inside a cover of stronger paper or cardboard. Books contain information, stories, or poetry, for example.
His eighth book came out earlier this year and was an instant best-seller...
'Robinson Crusoe' is one of the most famous books in the world.
N-COUNT 一册（邮票）；一纸板（火柴）；一本（票券） A book of something such as stamps, matches, or tickets is a small number of them fastened together between thin cardboard covers.
Can I have a book of first class stamps please?
VERB 订，预订（旅馆房间、票等） When you book something such as a hotel room or a ticket, you arrange to have it or use it at a particular time.
British officials have booked hotel rooms for the women and children...
Laurie revealed she had booked herself a flight home last night.
N-PLURAL （公司或组织机构的）账册，账簿，名册 A company's or organization's books are its records of money that has been spent and earned or of the names of people who belong to it.
For the most part he left the books to his managers and accountants...
Around 12 per cent of the people on our books are in the computing industry.
VERB （足球裁判）记名警告（严重犯规的球员） When a referee books a football player who has seriously broken the rules of the game, he or she officially writes down the player's name.
League referee Keith Cooper booked him in the first half for a tussle with the goalie.
VERB （警察)把…记录在案，给…做笔录 When a police officer books someone, he or she officially records their name and the offence that they may be charged with.
They took him to the station and booked him for assault with a deadly weapon.
N-COUNT （《圣经》等长篇作品的）篇，卷，书 In a very long written work such as the Bible, a book is one of the sections into which it is divided.
PHRASE 令人厌烦/令人满意 If you are in someone's bad books, they are annoyed with you. If you are in their good books, they are pleased with you.
Sir John was definitely in the Treasury's bad books for incorrect thinking on economic prospects...
Right from my very first day I seemed to be in everyone's good books.
PHRASE 将…依法治罪；审讯；审问 If you bring someone to book, you punish them for an offence or make them explain their behaviour officially.
Police should be asked to investigate so that the guilty can be brought to book soon.
PHRASE 完全不了解的人；一无所知的事物；谜 If you say that someone or something is a closed book, you mean that you do not know anything about them.
Frank Spriggs was a very able man but something of a closed book...
Economics was a closed book to him.
PHRASE （旅馆、餐馆、剧院或交通工具）被预订一空，满座，客满 If a hotel, restaurant, theatre, or transport service is fully booked, or booked solid, it is booked up.
The car ferries from the mainland are often fully booked by February.
PHRASE 依我看；根据我的观点 In my book means 'in my opinion' or 'according to my beliefs'.
The greatest manager there has ever been, or ever will be in my book, is retiring.
PHRASE （当权者）对（违法者）从严惩罚 If someone in authority throws the book at someone who has committed an offence, they give the offender the greatest punishment that they are allowed to.