Traducción de reservation en Español:

reservation

reserva, n.

Pronunciación /ˌrɛzərˈveɪʃ(ə)n/ /rɛzəˈveɪʃ(ə)n/

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  • 1

    (booking)
    reserva femenino
    reservación femenino América Latina
    to make a reservation hacer una reserva
    • reservation desk mostrador de reservas
    • Through well placed remuneration, I arranged a dinner reservation and accommodations as near to them as security allowed.
    • She and the girls walked towards the counter where a barmaid stood to take orders or to place reservations for rooms.
    • Consider confirming last-minute room reservations directly with the hotel, to make sure your reservation is in the system.
    • My wife received a phone call in mid-January from a hotel employee advising her that both room reservations had been cancelled.
    • Seat reservations should be made and anyone already holding a ticket dated for travel on one of the strike days will be able to get a full refund if they decide not to travel but they must apply in advance.
    • What's worse is that there are people with reservations, but no seat allocations, the result of overbooking.
    • It doesn't cover supplements for high-speed trains or seat reservations.
    • In order to have a time when people don't stand on trains we have to have compulsory seat reservations.
    • I researched times and prices on the Internet, made a reservation and selected a seat online, even printed my boarding pass at home.
    • The tiny yet popular restaurant has few guests on weekends because people living in the area tend to go downtown, but on workdays it is hard to get a seat without a reservation.
    • Usually, 6pm to 7pm is the rush hour for the restaurant, and it's difficult to find a seat without a reservation.
    • Seat reservations can be made 30 days in advance of travel for certain destinations, and Reserve members must provide written authorization for travel.
    • And why does the airline insist on its policy of no seat reservations?
    • The current price on a particular flight may also rise or fall as other people book seats or cancel reservations.
    • We had no reservations and were seated in ten minutes, but this isn't always the case.
    • Most hotels won't charge your card if you cancel a room reservation before 6: 00 p.m.
    • Each time you make a reservation, the room status is updated and the customer details are added to your hotel database.
    • It is possible to walk in without a reservation and be seated immediately.
    • It has become easy to obtain information about our bank and insurance accounts, train and airline reservations through computerized systems.
    • A room reservation form should be sent directly to the hotel.
  • 2

    (doubt, qualification)
    reserva femenino
    to have (one's) reservations about sb/sth tener sus (or mis etc.) reservas acerca de algn/algo
    • to accept/agree without reservation aceptar/acceder sin reservas
    • But here are some medically qualified folk expressing similar reservations.
    • And nearly one in five scientists felt pressure to approve or recommend approval, despite reservations about the safety or quality of a drug.
    • But although people living nearby hailed the huge investment as long overdue, they have deep reservations about the plans for the new school to be built a few hundred metres from the old one.
    • On my side particularly it seems that my decision is inevitably going to be based upon faith, and hence inevitably bound up with reservations and doubt.
    • But a survey of secondary school English teachers reveals that many have deep reservations about plans to extend the literacy strategy into the secondary sector.
    • The objectors also expressed reservations about the ‘suburbia’ design of the scheme and claimed it would detract from the area.
    • The performances also have the depth of emotion that sweeps you into the lives of the characters without doubts or reservations.
    • The only reservation about this plan has to be the notorious difficulty in hiring sufficient qualified staff to operate the scanners.
    • Similar reservations will no doubt surface in the coming months, as countries endeavor to absolve their own aggressive actions from the court's jurisdiction.
    • The whole jury was impressed by the urban and environmental aspects of the building, but some members had reservations about its expression.
    • I also dwelt, perhaps overheavily, on certain doubts and reservations, of which even his most devoted admirers must take stock.
    • He and his comrades thus ‘swallowed our doubts and reservations and defended it.’
    • Parents had the same doubts and reservations that my colleagues and I had.
    • It may create unnecessary doubts and reservations in the minds of others.
    • But people were invited to express their reservations, and they came up with some very reasonable doubts.
    • At last week's meeting of the City Council, agreement was reached to immediately add 297 of them to the list, despite some councillors voicing reservations.
    • They also voice their reservations about the ability of the business academy, which will only fully open in September, to run a primary school, pointing out that it has yet to prove itself at secondary level.
    • He later said he regretted voicing his reservations.
    • A number of immigrant workers, however, have voiced reservations for another reason.
    • But a number of private sector unions have voiced reservations about this offer.
  • 3

    (in US: land)
    reserva femenino
    reservación femenino América Latina
    • Normally, outsiders would not be allowed to occupy traditional land on an Indian reservation.
    • In the last year, the mobile lab was also driven to three of the four American Indian reservations in North Dakota.
    • In 1854, the ‘Great White Chief’ in Washington made an offer for a large area of Indian land and promised a reservation for the Indian people.
    • Only about 20 percent of American Indians and Alaskan Natives still live on reservations or trust lands.
    • The 1906 Burke Act exacerbated land loss on the reservation by removing the twenty-five-year restriction on sales of Indian allotments.
    • Much of the introductory chapter consists of broad generalizations about Indians, culture areas, reservations, and allotment.
    • For the most part, African American activists in urban communities and American Indians on reservations have led the movement.
    • This promised the Indians a permanent reservation of the forty million acres of land around the Black Hills and the right to hunt buffalo in unceded territory.
    • It reversed the 1887 Act by consolidating Indian reservations through the public purchase of land for the Native American peoples.
    • Freed from prison in 1894, Geronimo accepted a Kiowa and Comanche offer to share their reservation in Indian Territory.
    • Fierce land disputes between their tribes far predate the 19 th-century creation of the Navajo and Hopi reservations, and continue to this day.
    • While most programs were located in urban areas, others were located in suburban neighborhoods or rural areas, with a few on Indian reservations.
    • The first reservation for Southern Paiutes, the Moapa Reservation, was finally created in 1872.
    • The larger the number of reservations in a reservation area the more likely it is that there is a general awareness of Native American culture and active cultural institutions.
    • As a young man, he farmed land originally within the reservation boundaries.
    • The West had been settled with paved roads across the country, and the Indians were confined to reservations.
    • On the southern plains, a war in 1868-69 forced Cheyennes, Kiowas, and Comanches to new reservations.
    • A Native American Indian reservation straddles the line dividing Mexico and the United States.
    • This mountainous and remote land is home to 18 native American reservations - each one a sovereign nation - with an aggregate population of 15,000.
  • 4Britanico central reservation

    Transporte
    mediana femenino
    bandejón (central) masculino Chile
    camellón masculino México