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Synonyms for reservation



  • booking
  • advance booking
  • prior arrangements

without reservation

Synonyms for reservation

a feeling of uncertainty about the fitness or correctness of an action

public land kept for a special purpose

Synonyms for reservation

a district that is reserved for particular purpose

a statement that limits or restricts some claim

an unstated doubt that prevents you from accepting something wholeheartedly

the act of reserving (a place or passage) or engaging the services of (a person or group)


the written record or promise of an arrangement by which accommodations are secured in advance

something reserved in advance (as a hotel accommodation or a seat on a plane etc

the act of keeping back or setting aside for some future occasion

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If a tour company's phone reservationist is pleasant, energetic, accurate, and understanding, then she's certainly practicing good service (and probably applying sales techniques, too).
Print the "record locator" as given to you by the airline reservationist or from the PNR in your CRS.
It's best not to provide exact cabin selection from the brochure to the client, though, until the reservationist or computer gives the inventory available.
The reservationist will ask for the AGENCY NAME and ARC/IATA/IATAN NUMBER.
Mild reservationist leaders undertook to defeat these amendments, as continuing unsettled conditions in Europe, as well as a desire to bring an end to wartime legislation and resume full economic relations with Germany, made the delay entailed with amendments intolerable to them.
If you're booking your own flight, for example, most reservationists won't know about special promotions, says Dunnan, but a supervisor might help you get the best deal available.
In a transaction environment, most inbound data is limited to human typing speeds; for example, an airline reservationist keying in ticket information.
Branson Regal provides independent reservationist services to owners and property managers in the Branson area.
Before calling a hotel, the travel counselor should have specific information about the client ready to give the hotel reservationist.
The multi-character, one-person play by Becky Mode zeroes in on an addled workday in the life of an aspiring actor who earns a living as a phone reservationist at a trendy Manhattan restaurant.
It reminds me of an airline reservationist who said, "Today with computers we can do in 30 minutes what it used to take 30 minutes to do by hand.
Gretchen Conejo, a single mother who has been blind since birth, hopes that mastering JAWS will help her land a job as a transcriber or airline reservationist.
The client's credit card number is either given verbally to the tour reservationist for phone bookings or entered into the computer for CRS and Internet bookings.
Doug Sills donned the ``Scarlet Pimpernel's'' plumage to do ``Pimpernel'' in his home town, and Mark Setlock brought Sam, the harried reservationist of ``Fully Committed,'' out here as well.
The reservationist may offer the counselor several specific cabins within the selected category.