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Hey, can someone tell me what "book you in" mean in this context?

I booked a lesson with a driving instructor. I texted message him the time and date of the lesson I prefer to. He replied: "I'll book you in." Is my understanding proper that he meant he would note down the detail of my lesson on his schedule.

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Base language: English
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    Yes Chloe. That is a correct understanding of the phrase, Book---You---In.

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