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make a reservation

This page is about the collocation make a reservation

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to book or reserve a seat on a train, a table in a restaurant, a room in a hotel, etc.

For example

  • Shall I make a reservation for 8 o'clock at that Japanese restaurant?

  • The reservation at the hotel was made under the name of John Smith.

Note:
A similar collocation is "make a booking"

Quick Quiz

We couldn't make a reservation at the hotel because

a. all our rooms are full

b. it was fully-booked

c. the rooms are nice

Contributor: Matt Errey