I don't understand "real-estate agent’s" in this dialogue and "booths" in the sentence A: Whose car is that? B: I’m assuming the real-estate agent’s. He smiles and motions towards two women sitting a few booths away. Thank you in advance!
Sep 27, 2012 8:32 PM
Answers · 1
A Real-estate agent is someone that sells houses, so the person that owns the car sells properties. Booth have a few different definitions: 1: they are benchs (also know as banquets) used for seating in restaurants. (here's an example)
2: a booth could be a station or small unit where product is being sold, not an actual room but an area designated in a large room like a trade show. (another example)
Hope that helps.
September 27, 2012
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