- Word Parts
|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.
The word reservation
contains the following part:
that means save, keep