reserved en Vietnamita
She was dressed in the brightly coloured clothes reserved only for the wealthy Egyptian women of powerful families.
Actually, I have to reserve the seats.
For whom have you reserved them?
Do you want to reserve the seats?
He has his ticket, but he has not reserved his seat.
Are you going to reserve some seats?
Are you going to reserve the seat?
Despite the eloquence of a few glances they exchanged, he was amazed at the reserve La Zambinella had continued to maintain towards him.
Do I need to reserve the seats?
Everyone’s gaze followed them, as they made their way to the special pew full of hangings and cushions, which was reserved for them.
marked by self-restraint and reticence: undemonstrative, indrawn, withdrawn, upstage, inhibited, distant, aloof, diffident, backward, restrained
set aside for the use of a particular person or party: engaged, booked, set-aside, bookable