telephone booth

noun
a more or less soundproof booth containing a public telephone.
Also called, especially British, telephone box.


Origin:
1895–1900, Americanism

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Example sentences
Today, a trip to the bank usually means a moment or two at something not much
  larger than a telephone booth.
Why, that mamma is so big she can't even get into a telephone booth.
For the security of your vehicle, you must park under the lights by the
  telephone booth.
Use a telephone booth where you can close the door, or wait until you're at a
  less public location to make the call.
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