Kiosk (noun)

  1. A small structure, typically open on one side, used as a newsstand, ticket booth, or similar.
  2. A small, stand-alone structure that contains an automated teller machine (ATM) or other self-service device.


French kiosque, from turkish köşk, from persian kūshk pavilion, from kūshkīn made of bamboo.


  1. She bought a magazine from the newsstand kiosk on the corner.
  2. He used the kiosk to check the balance of his bank account.
  3. The train station has a kiosk that sells tickets and snacks.
  4. The theme park had several kiosks where visitors could buy souvenirs.
  5. The internet kiosk provided free access to the web for the public.
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