el diccionario español - inglés

español - English

reservar inglés:

1. to book to book


If you want to stay at the Grand Hotel you need to book a room in advance.
We need to book a hotel in Spain this week.
I’d like to book a single room.
to book a ticket
You need your credit card to book it and you need it to get the ticket, which is impossible when you are in transit.
we have to book a flight to Malta

2. reserve reserve


The Federal Reserve slashed interest rates.
If you want to eat at Raffle's, you must reserve weeks ahead.
My father said he would reserve a day to take me to the zoo.
If you wish us to reserve an alternative room, please let us know immediately.
We should hold some of food in reserve.
It took a long time to break down her reserve and get her to relax.
Reserve a seat in advance.
The Federal Reserve cut its benchmark discount rate to an 18-year low.
As the attendees of the DTA General Meeting will be offered the block rate, when you reserve Marriott Hotel for me, please notify them that I will attend it.
If you can do it on your own, do it without reserve.
He was an amiable fellow, but had a certain reserve that he would not let you casually trespass upon.
He seems to have much in reserve.
Can I call "Chargeit" and reserve?
I would appreciate it if you could reserve a room at a convenient location for visiting your office.
Can I reserve a bottle and have you keep it here for me?