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Spanish translation of “reserve”

reserve

verb /rəˈzəːv/
to ask for or order to be kept for the use of a particular person, often oneself
reservar
The restaurant is busy on Saturdays, so I’ll phone up today and reserve a table.
to keep for the use of a particular person or group of people, or for a particular use
reservar
These seats are reserved for the committee members.
reservation /rezə-/ noun the act of reserving
reserva
the reservation of a room.
something (eg a table in a restaurant) which has been reserved
reserva
Do you have a reservation, Sir?
a doubt.
reserva
He has some reservations about the new legislation.
a piece of land set aside for a particular purpose
reserva
an Indian reservation in the United States.
reserved adjective not saying very much; not showing what one is feeling, thinking etc
reservado
a reserved manner.
have/keep etc in reserve to have or keep (something) in case or until it is needed
tener algo de reserva, guardar algo
If you go to America, please keep some money in reserve for your fare home.
(Definition of reserve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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