What is another word for kiosks?

Pronunciation: [kˈiːɒsks] (IPA)

Kiosks are small, standalone structures designed for purposes such as vending, information dissemination, or interactive multimedia tasks. Some frequently used synonyms for the word "kiosks" include booths, stalls, stands, counters, outlets, and cubicles. The term "stands" is often used to describe vending kiosks, while "booths" can refer to information-related kiosks such as those found in trade fairs and exhibitions. "Outlets" is a general term that describes any type of kiosk offering retail or service offerings, whereas "cubicles" is commonly used for interactive multimedia or work-related kiosks found in public places like airports or shopping malls. Regardless of the word used, kiosks play an essential role in modern business and commerce.

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Usage examples for Kiosks

"We'll go into Floka's first," he remarked, as the boat bumped the marble steps between the kiosks of the Place.
William McFee
The wits giggled over their jokes; and when the kiosks and bare walls were covered by placards bearing the names of "Illowski-'Nietzsche,'" with a threatening sword beneath them, the excitement became real.
James Huneker
The pretty Maltese girls, with dark, brilliant, beseeching eyes, who preside in these kiosks, are natural coquettes.
"The Story of Malta"
Maturin M. Ballou

Famous quotes with Kiosks

  • Troy: Welcome to the Knowledgeum, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such automated information kiosks as "Welcome to Springfield Airport" and "Where's Nordstrom?" While you're enjoying our Hall of Wonders, your car unfortunately will be subject to repeated break-ins and... [Fades]
    Phil Hartman

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