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reserved
rɪ'zɜrvd
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Marked by self-restraint and reticence.
  2. Set aside for the use of a particular person or party.
Hyphenationre•served
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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保留bǎoliúto retain; to continue to have; to preserve; to maintain; to reserve; reservations; to hold back (approval or acceptance)
内向nèixiàngreserved (personality); introverted; (economics etc) domestic-oriented
后备hòubèireserve; backup
拘谨jūjǐnreserved; overcautious
矜持jīnchíreserved; aloof
预留出yùliú chūto reserve
备用bèiyòngreserve; spare; alternate; backup
内敛nèiliǎnintroverted; reserved; (artistic style) understated
预留yùliúto set aside; to reserve
候补hòubǔto wait to fill a vacancy; reserve (candidate); alternate; substitute
含蓄hánxùto contain; to hold; (of a person or style etc) reserved; restrained; (of words, writings) full of hidden meaning; implicit; veiled (criticism)
沉潜chénqiánto lurk under water; to immerse oneself in (study etc); to lie low; to keep a low profile; quiet; reserved; self-possessed
深沉shēnchéndeep; profound; (of a person) reserved; undemonstrative; (of a voice, sound etc) deep; low-pitched
准备zhǔnbèipreparation; to prepare; to intend; to be about to; reserve (fund)
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