保留的, 预备的, 预定的, 腼腆的, 不露感情的, 含蓄的, 缄默的, 冷淡的
用作储备的, 保留的, 预定的
adj.marked by self-restraint and reticence
○ "was habitually reserved in speech, withholding her opinion"-Victoria Sackville-West
adj.set aside for the use of a particular person or party
A powerboat reserved for the use of an admiral.
My brother had reserved a meeting room in a Miami hotel where the families and wedding party could get together and meet the night before the wedding
The money the Fangs and Suns wired arrived in succession.Hsin-mei, reserved steamship tickets back to Shanghai for them
Levchenko reserved a private room in a stately restaurant, decorated with ancient prints and magnificent antiques
He said the technique would be reserved only AS a lASt resort for infertile couples
Polished brass or nickel signs AT the square stone entrances announced the firm and the nATure of the business in rATher neAT and reserved terms.
Albert, as he took off his dress, carefully preserved the bunch of violets; it was his token reserved for the morrow
Chinalco and Alcoa said they did not intend to make an offer for the whole of Rio but reserved the right to “participate in an offer or possible offer” for Rio in the event BHP makes a bid.
It seems, then, reserved for me," said Monte Cristo coldly, "to BE the first to do so.
Men must know, that in this theatre of man’s life it is reserved only for god and the angels to be lookers-on. ——Francis Bacon