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    booked up

    The hotel is booked up.
    The hotel has been booked up.
    Which one is more proper?

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    #2

    Re: booked up

    They are both correct in the right context.

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    Re: booked up

    I agree with Bhaisahab that you need more context to decide which s more appropriate. In what context did you want to use one of them?

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