Definition of 'reservation'

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Synonyms of "reservation"
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Example sentences containing 'reservation'

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He hit the central reservation before leaving the road. The Sun (2016)No one had any reservations about it though. The Sun (2017)Initial inspections have identified that 300 metres of the central reservation and a light column has been damaged with possible damage to the road surface. Times, Sunday Times (2016)No, my reservations about England are practical ones. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Name and address supplied Without reservation Why not open part of the central reservation rather than just close half a motorway? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Places are limited and early reservation is recommended. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some prospective buyers have expressed reservations about the lack of privacy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They pulled over and the daughter grabbed him as he reached the central reservation. The Sun (2014)The first action was a discreet disagreement over the reservation of a restaurant table. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Then check the great facilities available at each park and call them direct to make your reservation. The Sun (2010)She had been unable to secure advance reservations at two hotels she had been using. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But their whole performance is so fine that reservations are swept aside. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Why do you give me a card with a phone number for reservations which no one answers? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Rail restrictions apply please ask reservations for details. Times, Sunday Times (2008)My main reservation about the book concerns its originality. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)All are free but because space is limited reservations are essential. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Then she pointed to the wooded area in the central reservation of the road. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Missing a dinner reservation at a restaurant was common for her. Christianity Today (2000)Then all you have to do is call your chosen site directly to make your reservation. The Sun (2012)Senior judges continue to have reservations about filming criminal trials and the difficulties of protecting jurors and witnesses. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He expressed reservations about the coaching staff, but many a captain does that. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I would ask them to write on table reservation cards. The Sun (2011)To book rooms email reservations. The Sun (2014)I would recommend it without reservation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My mother the trials of life with a frank phone call the reservations desk and an overnight bag, often the middle of the night. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Requests such as booking hotel rooms or restaurant reservations are done as part of the membership deal, with the cost of the room or table on top? Times, Sunday Times (2015)

Synonyms of 'reservation'

booking, advance booking, prior arrangements

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Translations for 'reservation'

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


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