Definition of Booker Prize in English:

Booker Prize

proper noun

  • A literary prize awarded annually for a novel published by a British, Irish, or Commonwealth citizen during the previous year, formerly financed by the multinational company Booker McConnell and since 2002 by the investment management firm Man Group plc. Full name Man Booker Prize.


Booker Prize

/ˈbo͝okər ˌprīz/