|part of speech:
||an exception, limitation, or qualification, or the act of limiting or qualifying one's acceptance, belief, or the like.
I have reservations about taking this job since I'll be required to travel a lot.I agree to the terms of the contract with one reservation: the work must be completed within a year.
- doubt, qualm, second thought
- similar words:
||the act of setting aside or withholding.
The reservation of this part of the woods as a park was a fortunate thing for the townspeople.
||(often pl.) arrangements made in advance, usu. to secure travel, overnight lodging, or a table in a restaurant.
I made reservations for our flights and our hotel.Does the restaurant take reservations?
- booking, prearrangement
||an area of land set aside by the U.S. Government for the use of American Indians.
Ten thousand members of the tribe live on the reservation.