Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

kín đáo in English:

1. reserved


All seats are reserved.
Please let me know the confirmation number you were told when you reserved the room.
I reserved my hotel room three weeks in advance.
Japanese students seem not merely to be extremely reserved, but to have at times almost a complete reluctance to speak.
From the standpoint of ecology, Antarctica should be reserved solely for research, not for tourism or for commercial exploration.
When participants were sought at the end of June all, about 500, seats were reserved in under a week.
There were white lines around it, and it had a notice saying, "Reserved for Head of College."
Have you reserved a hotel room? "Sorry, not yet."
That place is always crowded, but I reserved a table today, so we don't have to worry.
When answering this question, some people might put forward this kind of example: "Chinese people are very hospitable, whilst English people are more reserved."
She’s not unfriendly, just a bit reserved, that’s all.
Can we sit at that table by the window? I'm sorry. That table is reserved.
This being the case, you will allow me to be less reserved than usual, Commissioner.(don't talk about feelings or problems).
Now I know why he was so reserved. He turned out to be a secret agent.
Her sister is very open but she seems quite reserved.

English word "kín đáo"(reserved) occurs in sets:

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