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re·served

 (rĭ-zûrvd′)
adj.
1. Designated as unavailable except for a certain purpose or user; kept in reserve: a row of reserved seats near the stage.
2. Given to or marked by self-restraint and reticence: a reserved person.

re·serv′ed·ly (-zûr′vĭd-lē) adv.
re·serv′ed·ness n.

reserved

(rɪˈzɜːvd)
adj
1. set aside for use by a particular person or people: this table is reserved.
2. cool or formal in manner; restrained, silent, or reticent
3. destined; fated: reserved for great things.
4. (Parliamentary Procedure) referring to matters that are the responsibility of the national parliament rather than a devolved regional assembly: defence is a reserved issue.
reservedly adv
reˈservedness n

re•served

(rɪˈzɜrvd)

adj.
1. set apart for someone or some particular use or purpose.
2. avoiding familiarity or intimacy with others; formal or self-restrained.
3. characterized by reserve: reserved comments.
[1425–75]
re•serv′ed•ly, adv.
re•serv′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.reserved - set aside for the use of a particular person or party
unreserved - not reserved
2.reserved - marked by self-restraint and reticence; "was habitually reserved in speech, withholding her opinion"-Victoria Sackville-West
backward - (used of temperament or behavior) marked by a retiring nature; "a backward lover"
undemonstrative - not given to open expression of emotion
inhibited - held back or restrained or prevented; "in certain conditions previously inhibited conditioned reactions can reappear"
restrained - under restraint
unreserved - not cautious or reticent; "unreserved behavior"

reserved

reserved

adjective
1. Not total, unlimited, or wholehearted:
2. Tending to keep one's thoughts and emotions to oneself:
Translations
مُتَحَفِّظمَحْجوز
odměřenýrezervovanýzdrženlivý
reserverettilbageholdende
pidättyväinenvarattuvarautunut
nepristupačan
zárkózott
hlédrægur
控えめの
예약되어 있는
reserverad
ไม่แสดงอารมณ์และความรู้สึก
kín đáo

reserved

[rɪˈzɜːvd] ADJ [person, behaviour, room, table, seat] → reservado
to be reserved about sthser reservado acerca de algo

reserved

[rɪˈzɜːrvd] adj
(= booked) [seat, table] → réservé(e)
I'm sorry, that seat is reserved → Je suis désolé, cette place est réservée.
[person, manner] → réservé(e)
He's quite reserved → Il est assez réservé.
(British) (POLITICS) en Grande-Bretagne, qualifie un domaine pour lequel le pouvoir décisionnel est resté entre les mains du parlement de Westminster plutôt que d'avoir été dévolu au parlement écossaisreserve price n (British)prix m de réservereserve team n (British) (SPORT)équipe f réserve

reserved

adj
(= reticent)zurückhaltend, reserviert (→ about in Bezug auf +acc)
room, seatreserviert, belegt
(Publishing) all rights reservedalle Rechte vorbehalten

reserved

[rɪˈzɜːvd] adj (booked, YYY, table, seat) → prenotato/a, riservato/a; (shy) → riservato/a

reserve

(rəˈzəːv) verb
1. to ask for or order to be kept for the use of a particular person, often oneself. The restaurant is busy on Saturdays, so I'll phone up today and reserve a table.
2. to keep for the use of a particular person or group of people, or for a particular use. These seats are reserved for the committee members.
noun
1. something which is kept for later use or for use when needed. The farmer kept a reserve of food in case he was cut off by floods.
2. a piece of land used for a special purpose eg for the protection of animals. a wild-life reserve; a nature reserve.
3. the habit of not saying very much, not showing what one is feeling, thinking etc; shyness.
4. (often in plural) soldiers, sailors etc who do not belong to the regular full-time army, navy etc but who are called into action when needed eg during a war.
ˌreserˈvation (rezə-) noun
1. the act of reserving. the reservation of a room.
2. something (eg a table in a restaurant) which has been reserved. Have you a reservation, Sir?
3. a doubt.
4. a piece of land set aside for a particular purpose. an Indian reservation in the United States.
reˈserved adjective
not saying very much; not showing what one is feeling, thinking etc. a reserved manner.
have/keep etc in reserve
to have or keep (something) in case or until it is needed. If you go to America please keep some money in reserve for your fare home.

reserved

مَحْجوز rezervovaný reserveret zurückhaltend κλεισμένος reservado pidättyväinen réservé nepristupačan riservato 控えめの 예약되어 있는 gereserveerd reservert zarezerwowany reservado сдержанный reserverad ไม่แสดงอารมณ์และความรู้สึก ayrılmış kín đáo 矜持的

reserved

a. reservado-a, [personality] reservado-a, callado-a.
References in classic literature ?
You can't sit with us, for our seats are reserved, and you mustn't sit alone, so Laurie will give you his place, and that will spoil our pleasure.
In the son's presence she was timid and reserved, but sometimes while he hurried about town intent upon his duties as a reporter, she went into his room and closing the door knelt by a little desk, made of a kitchen table, that sat near a window.
She was a thin, hard-faced woman, very well-dressed, very reserved in manner.
The white man seemed to take counsel from their customs, and, relinquishing his grasp of the rifle, he also remained silent and reserved.