English translation of '保留'
- (= 保存不变)
⇒ 这座城市还保留着500多年前的寺庙。(Zhè zuò chéngshì hái bǎoliúzhe wǔbǎi duō nián qián de sìmiào.)
A temple more than 500 years old is preserved in the town.
hold back (pt, pp held)
⇒ 你可以保留自己的意见。(Nǐ kěyǐ bǎoliú zìjǐ de yìjiàn.)
You can keep your opinions to yourself.
⇒ 各位可以保留自己的意见,下次开会再讨论。(Gèwèi kěyǐ bǎoliú zìjǐ de yìjiàn, xiàcì kāihuì zài tǎolùn.)
If everyone could hold back, we will discuss thoughts on this at the next meeting.
- (= 不拿出来)
'保留' in Other Languages
British English: reservation /ˌrɛzəˈveɪʃən/ NOUN
If you have reservations about something, you are not sure that it is entirely good or right.
He had no reservations at all about leaving home.
- American English: reservation doubt
- Arabic: تـَحَفُّظ
- Brazilian Portuguese: reserva
- Chinese: 保留
- Croatian: rezervacija
- Czech: výhrada
- Danish: reservation
- Dutch: twijfel
- European Spanish: reserva reservación
- Finnish: epäily
- French: réservation
- German: Vorbehalt
- Greek: κράτηση
- Italian: prenotazione
- Japanese: 懸念
- Korean: 예약
- Norwegian: reservasjon
- Polish: rezerwacja
- European Portuguese: reserva
- Romanian: reținere
- Russian: заказ
- Spanish: reserva resguardo
- Swedish: bokning
- Thai: การจอง
- Turkish: kuşku
- Ukrainian: сумнів
- Vietnamese: sự e dè
British English: reserve /rɪˈzɜːv/ VERB
If something is reserved for a particular person or purpose, it is kept specially for that person or purpose.
A double room has been reserved for him.
- American English: reserve
- Arabic: يَحْجِزُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: reservar guardar para depois
- Chinese: 保留
- Croatian: rezervirati
- Czech: šetřit (si) na později
- Danish: reservere
- Dutch: reserveren
- European Spanish: reservar guardar
- Finnish: pitää itsellään
- French: réserver
- German: reservieren
- Greek: διαφυλάσσω
- Italian: prenotare
- Japanese: 取っておく
- Korean: 예약하다
- Norwegian: reservere
- Polish: zarezerwować
- European Portuguese: reservar
- Romanian: a rezerva
- Russian: запасать
- Spanish: reservar ocultar, callar algo
- Swedish: reservera
- Thai: สำรอง
- Turkish: saklamak korumak
- Ukrainian: заощаджувати
- Vietnamese: dự trữ
British English: retain VERB
To retain something means to continue to have that thing.
The interior of the shop still retains a nineteenth-century atmosphere.
British English: retention NOUN
The retention of something is the keeping of it.
They supported the retention of a strong central government.
Translation of 保留 from the Collins Chinese to English
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