Bedeutung von “reserve” im Essential American English Dictionary

reserve

verb us /rɪˈzɜrv/ present participle reserving, past tense and past participle reserved

to arrange to have a seat on a plane, a room in a hotel, etc.:

I’d like to reserve two seats on the 9.15 to Glasgow.

B1 to arrange to have a seat on a plane, a room in a hotel, etc.:

I’d like to reserve two seats on the 9:15 train to Baltimore.

B1 to not allow people to use something because it is only for a particular person or for a particular purpose:

This space is reserved for ambulances.

(Definition von “reserve verb” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)