There are 3 main translations of reserva in English:

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reserva 1

sustantivo femenino

  • 5 (secreto, discreción) See examples: se garantiza la más absoluta reserva
    all applications treated in the strictest confidence
    le pidió mantener en la mayor reserva la información recibida
    he asked her to keep the information she had received absolutely secret
    pidió reserva de su nombre
    he asked for his name not to be revealed
  • 6
    also: reservas femenino plural
    6.1 (dudas)
    reservations plural
    lo aceptó, pero no sin reservas
    he agreed, but not without (certain) reservations
    6.2 (reparos, limitaciones) See examples: habló sin reservas de lo que había pasado
    he talked openly o freely of what had happened
    díselo sin reservas
    tell her everything, don't keep anything back
  • 7 (México) a reserva de que + subjuntivo lo haré mañana a reserva de que (no) llueva
    I'll do it tomorrow as long as o provided it doesn't rain
Example sentences
  • Ese monto sirve para calcular el aporte correspondiente a los fondos de reserva.
  • Las reservas de último minuto también seguirán ganando terreno este año.
  • Las organizaciones de masas tienen grandes reservas de apoyo en la clase obrera.

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There are 3 main translations of reserva in English:

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reserva 2

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reserva 3

sustantivo masculino

reserva
  • (wine aged for at least three years)

Cultural Note: reserva

Vinos de reserva are those of a better than average vintage. To qualify for this designation, red wines must have been aged in cask and bottle for a minimum of three years, and white wines for two years. See also gran reserva

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