booth / boō[unvoicedth]/ • n. 1. a small temporary tent or structure, used esp. for the sale or display of goods at a market or fair: there are booths offering everything from accessories to food to health care. ∎ a small room where a vendor sits separated from customers by a window: a ticket booth. 2. an enclosure or compartment for various purposes, such as telephoning, broadcasting, or voting: the phone booth alongside the highway ex-athletes in the broadcast booth. 3. a set of a table and benches in a restaurant or bar: I sat in a booth with coffee and a roll.