Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Reservation"

The meaning of "Reservation" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I have to make up a reservation with a guy for half an hour. Can you call me back in half an hour? He missed his reservation and I kind of told him that I would have some time right now to fill him in. mean?
A: Your tutor told someone that during that time he would be able to meet with them. So, he had to leave in order to do so.
Q: What does I have serious reservations about her competence
mean?
A: I have doubts that she is a competent attorney.

Reservations = doubts

Competence = knowledgeable and skilled
Q: What does without reservation mean?
A: Without reservation = without any limitation / completely

I will support your decision without reservation
==> I will support your decision without any limitation
==> I will completely support your decision

Hope it helps! ^^
Q: What does you should always check whether you need to take a reservation before you go to a restaurant. mean?
A: レストランに行く前に必ず予約をする必要があるかどうかを確認する必要があります
Q: What does secured a reservation mean?
A: Gotten a reservation.

Example sentences using "Reservation"

Q: Please show me example sentences with reservation.
A: Reservation can have a few different meanings.
1. To hold a place for someone or something. Example:
"You need to make a reservation at the restaurant because it is always busy."
"I made a reservation at the theatre."
2. Holding back in feelings or emotions
"I have some reservations about talking in public."
"There are some reservations about him being the leader of the study group."
3. A piece of land set aside by a government for a group of people
"The Navajo reservation is in New Mexico."
"Because of what their people went through, they have a reservation provided for them to live on and start over."
Q: Please show me example sentences with reservation .
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Q: Please show me example sentences with without reservation.
A: I personally wouldn't use 'without reservation' to mean 'without any conditions.' I'm sure that people do, but it's not part of my active vocabulary.

Maybe:

The committee has recommended you for the job without reservation. We are prepared to meet your salary demands. We just need to know when you can start.
Q: Please show me example sentences with on the reservation .
A: I have a reservation for our lunch today

Synonyms of "Reservation" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between reservation and appointment ?
A: make an appointment is a scheduled meeting with someone like your doctor. reservation is to save a place for later like a dinner reservation
Q: What is the difference between We don't have a reservation. and We don't have any reservations. ?
A: The first one sounds natural. The second one sound a little strange, but they both mean the same thing
Q: What is the difference between make a reservation and book an appointment ?
A: When you make a reservation, it's usually for a restaurant or a place to host a party or something. Making a reservation guarantees a seat or place for you and others. When you book an appointment, it's for a place that caters to you other than restaurants. Like, beauty salons or doctor's offices. Booking an appointment guarantees a specific time to meet with a professional.

For example:
"I made a reservation for 4 at my favorite restaurant downtown."
"I reserved the hotel ballroom for prom."
"I made a reservation at the theater for the two of us."

"I booked an appointment with my doctor for a check up."
"My mom booked an appointment at the nail salon."
"I have to book an appointment with my hairdresser."
Q: What is the difference between reservation and apprehension ?
A: reservation - holds back, keeps away [reservation is an action]
apprehension - nervous about something, cautious about something [apprehension is a feeling]
Q: What is the difference between make a reservation and reserve ?
A: Reservation is more used as a verb, an action word, so "I made a reservation at the park." They made a reservation (an action).

We say "reserve" in sentences like "a place was reserved for her in the front row."

Both are commonly used, just try both in the sentence if you are unsure and see which is more natural.

Translations of "Reservation"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 私はそのレストランの予約をしたいが、昨日からずっと電話が繋がらない

I want to make the reservation for that restaurant, but I haven’t been able to connect a call.
A: I want to make a reservation at that restaurant, but they haven't been picking up the phone.
I've been trying to call them to make a reservation at that restaurant, but I haven't been able to get through.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I need reservation
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? We will amend your reservation“artificially” please tell me how to amend the reservation artificially? is the first question correct English ?
A: "We will amend your reservation artificially."
No that doesn't make sense in English.

I think what they mean is
"We will amend your reservation manually"
meaning that a human person will change what is on the computer.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? And now I would like to make another reservation for one night more. Actually we'd like to stay the same room for all three nights. But it seems there aren't any vacant rooms at present.
A: "Now I would like to make a reservation for one more night. We'd like to stay in the same room for all three nights. But it doesn't seem like there are any vacant rooms."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? reservation
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Other questions about "Reservation"

Q: About making a reservation: If I made mistakes, please correct to more natural English.
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Once you have paid, it is not possible to reschedule or cancel or get a refund by customer's request.
Please make sure of your exact schedule before making the reservation. does this sound natural?
A: "once you have paid, it is not possible to reschedule, cancel, or be refunded. Please double-check your reservation before scheduling."
Q: He was so silly that he had made a reservation for the most expensive restaurant in this town and forgot about it at all. does this sound natural?
A: I would say "He was so silly that he made a reservation for the most expensive restaurant in this town and forgot all about it."
Q: 1) I have reservations.
2) I have reservations views.
3) I have reservations about it.
4) I reserve my opinion(about it) does this sound natural?
A: 3 is best, but 1 is ok. Both would probably be better with "some reservations" instead. 2 is not correct.

4 has a slightly different meaning - whereas "I have some reservations" means "I'm not really sure about this", "I reserve my opinion" means "I'll tell you what I think later, probably after I've had a chance to look it over."
Q: "I am already reservation"
Is this sentence right? In hotel?
A: "I have a reservation."
Q: If i make a reservation now to live at apartment on September, can i live on September? does this sound natural?
A: Close, but this will sound a little more natural:

"If I make a reservation now to live in an apartment for September, can I move in during September?"

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