[ US /ˈkiˌɔsk/ ]
[ UK /kˈiːɒsk/ ]
NOUN
  1. small area set off by walls for special use
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How To Use kiosk In A Sentence

  • Along with this, the arena's main concourse is narrow and crammed with useless kiosks selling everything from caramel apples to nachos to kettle corn, making the walk to the one smoking area something of a slow death march for the nicotine needy. From the Floor: A Happy Slab of Sandwich Meat
  • Arkady consumed a pirog he bought at a kiosk while he contemplated Lenin, who studied a pigeon. Stalin's Ghost
  • Afghanistan in March 2003, 'af' was established as Afghanistan's domain name; Internet access is growing through Internet cafes as well as public "telekiosks" in Kabul (2002) The 2007 CIA World Factbook
  • As the car swings onto the East Coast Road, on the way back to Chennai, we find a man-lion dancing on the sandy strip between kiosks advertising Kodak film and ‘Frooti’, and the metalled speedway.
  • They were caught using an electronic tone pad to bypass call charges at kiosks on their campus.
  • Buying a taxi ticket at the airport kiosk is the safest way to get a taxi there without worries of being overcharged, robbed, etc. Difficult Travel on Friday?
  • All along the middle of these blocks are kiosks selling various wares of t-shirts and handbags and jewellery etc.
  • A refreshment kiosk is already on the site which is leased out as an annual franchise by the council.
  • Customers will be able to avoid lines by using an ATM-like kiosk to receive refills.
  • Small kiosks selling snacks and bottled drinks are to be seen along Pyongyang's pavements. Times, Sunday Times
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