CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
1. Reservation 专指印第安人居留地.
- reservation (n.)
- late 14c., "act of reserving," from Old French reservation (14c.) and directly from Late Latin reservationem (nominative reservatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin reservare (see reserve (n.)). Mental sense is from c. 1600. U.S. sense "tract of public land set aside for some special use" is recorded from 1789, originally in reference to the Six Nations in New York State. Meaning "act or fact of engaging a room, a seat, etc." is from 1904, originally American English.
- 1. After three days, the strikers' demands were met almost without reservation.
- 2. Seventeen thousand Indians live in Arizona on a reservation.
- 3. You make the reservation, and I'll confirm it in writing.
- 4. I told him my main reservation about his film was the ending.
- 5. Accommodation is restricted so a reservation is essential.
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