reservation

reservation
rezə-
noun
1) (the act of reserving: the reservation of a room.) reserva
2) (something (eg a table in a restaurant) which has been reserved: Have you a reservation, Sir?) reserva
3) (a doubt.) reserva
4) (a piece of land set aside for a particular purpose: an Indian reservation in the United States.) reserva
reservation n reserva
I have made a reservation for a single room he hecho la reserva de una habitación sencilla
reservation
tr[rezə'veɪʃən]
noun
1 (gen) reserva
have you made a reservation? ¿ha hecho usted reserva?
1 (Also central reservation) (in road) mediana
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to make a reservation hacer una reserva
without reservation sin reservas
reservation [.rɛzər'veɪʃən] n
1) : reservación f, reserva f
to make a reservation: hacer una reservación
2) doubt, misgiving: reserva f, duda f
without reservations: sin reservas
3) : reserva f (de indios americanos)
reservation
n.
distingo s.m.
plaza reservada s.f.
reserva s.f.
reservación s.f.
salvedad s.f.
'rezər'veɪʃən, ˌrezə'veɪʃən
noun
1) c u (booking) reserva f, reservación f (AmL)
2) c (doubt, qualification) reserva f

to have (one's) reservations about somebody/something — tener* sus (or mis etc) reservas acerca de alguien/algo

without reservation — sin reservas

3) c (land) (in US) reserva f, reservación f (AmL)
[ˌrezǝ'veɪʃǝn]
1. N
1) (=booking) reserva f ; (=seat) plaza f reservada; (=table in restaurant) mesa f reservada

to make a reservation in a hotel — reservar una habitación en un hotel

2) (=doubt) reserva f , duda f

I had reservations about it — tenía ciertas dudas sobre ese punto

with certain reservations — con ciertas reservas

to accept sth without reservation — aceptar algo sin reserva

3) (in contract) salvedad f ; (in argument) distingo m
4) (=area of land) reserva f
5) (on road) mediana f , franja f central; central 3.
2.
CPD

reservation desk N(Brit) (in airport, hotels etc) mostrador m de reservas; (US) (=hotel reception desk) recepción f

* * *
['rezər'veɪʃən, ˌrezə'veɪʃən]
noun
1) c u (booking) reserva f, reservación f (AmL)
2) c (doubt, qualification) reserva f

to have (one's) reservations about somebody/something — tener* sus (or mis etc) reservas acerca de alguien/algo

without reservation — sin reservas

3) c (land) (in US) reserva f, reservación f (AmL)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

Mira otros diccionarios:

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  • Reservation — Res er*va tion (r?z ?r v? sh?n), n. [Cf. F. r[ e]servation, LL. reservatio. See {Reserve}.] 1. The act of reserving, or keeping back; concealment, or withholding from disclosure; reserve. A. Smith. [1913 Webster] With reservation of an hundred… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Reservation — • The restriction in certain cases by a superior of the jurisdiction ordinarily exercised by an inferior Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Reservation     Reservation      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Reservation — may refer to:* Indian reservation, in the United States * Indian reserve, in Canada * Reservation (law), a caveat to a treaty * Reservation in India, a government policy imposing quotas for political representation * Reservation of the Sacrament …   Wikipedia

  • reservation — res‧er‧va‧tion [ˌrezəˈveɪʆn ǁ zər ] noun [countable] TRAVEL an arrangement in which a place on a plane, in a hotel, in a restaurant etc is kept for a customer who will arrive later; = booking Bre: • Every passenger is guaranteed a seat without a …   Financial and business terms

  • reservation — [n1] condition, stipulation catch, circumscription, demur, doubt, fine print*, grain of salt*, hesitancy, kicker*, provision, proviso, qualification, restriction, scruple, skepticism, string*, strings*, terms; concepts 646,711 Ant. openness… …   New thesaurus

  • reservation — [rez΄ər vā′shən] n. [ME < ML reservatio] 1. the act of reserving or that which is reserved; specif., a) a withholding of a right, interest, etc. b) that part of a deed or contract which provides for this ☆ c) public land set aside for some… …   English World dictionary

  • reservation — late 14c., act of reserving, from M.Fr. reservation, from L.L. reservationem (nom. reservatio), from L. reservatus, pp. of reservare (see RESERVE (Cf. reserve)). U.S. Indian tribe sense is recorded from 1789, originally in reference to the Six… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Reservation — ist das in der Schweizer Standardsprache anstelle von Reservierung gebrauchte Wort ein mittelalterlicher Rechtsbegriff die Bezeichnung für Reservate der Indianer in den USA, siehe Indianerreservat Diese Seite ist eine …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Reservation — (lat.), ein Vorbehalt, der bei dem Abschluß eines Rechtsgeschäfts gemacht wird, z. B. wenn jemand einem andern das Eigentum von einem Grundstück überträgt und sich daran den Nießbrauch reserviert. Im Kirchenrecht versteht man darunter Rechte… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Reservation — Reservation, Reservat, lat. dtsch., Vorbehalt; in der Rechtssprache jedes besondere Recht, dessen Ausübung der ordentliche Gewalthaber od. Berechtigte sich ausschließlich vorbehielt, als er seine Befugnisse einem andern übertrug. – Reservationes… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

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