Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • intransitive verb To book again.
  • intransitive verb To change a booking for (a performance or reservation).
  • intransitive verb To make a new booking.

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  • verb To book again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ book.

Examples

  • So I had to scramble to "rebook" my flight north for later in the evening and then make arrangements for Liam to bunk out elsewhere for the night (thanks Betty and Kerry!).

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  • So I had to scramble to "rebook" my flight north for later in the evening and then make arrangements for Liam to bunk out elsewhere for the night (thanks Betty and Kerry!).

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  • So I had to scramble to "rebook" my flight north for later in the evening and then make arrangements for Liam to bunk out elsewhere for the night (thanks Betty and Kerry!).

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  • So I had to scramble to "rebook" my flight north for later in the evening and then make arrangements for Liam to bunk out elsewhere for the night (thanks Betty and Kerry!).

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  • Another thing I did was cancel my British Airways flight for World Horror and rebook on Continental because of the very real possibility that a cabin crew strike would disrupt my travel.

    Beware the Ides of ZZzzzz… : Bev Vincent

  • Tour operators: Travellers who have booked a package are entitled to rebook alternative destinations or dates or, if they are not available, a refund, said Frances Tuke, public relations manager for the Association of British Travel Agents abta.com.

    The Middle East: to go or not to go?

  • That's why it took a week to rebook all the travelers who were stranded by a snowstorm that hit the Northeast over Christmas weekend.

    4 Reasons Why U.S. Airlines Are Set To Make A Profit In 2011

  • We have to rebook but we do not have any more money whatsoever.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • That's why it took a week to rebook all the travelers who were stranded by a snowstorm that hit the Northeast over Christmas weekend.

    4 Reasons Why U.S. Airlines Are Set To Make A Profit In 2011

  • That's why it took a week to rebook all the travelers who were stranded by a snowstorm that hit the Northeast over Christmas weekend.

    4 Reasons Why U.S. Airlines Are Set To Make A Profit In 2011

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