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reservation ['rezə'veɪʃ(ə)n] n
road.wrk. razdelni pojas puta
road.wrk., BrE srednji razdelni pojas
reservation ['rezə'veɪʃ(ə)n] n
gen. rezervacija; zadržavanje; rezervat; ograda; rezerva
cust. suzdržanost
econ. klauzula o rezervama
law kvalifikacija; pitanje; unilateralna izjava zemlje potpisnice međunarodnog ugovora o izuzimanju ili izmeni određenih odredbi ugovora; uslov; zadrška (lat. reservatio)
reservations n
law podozrenje; rezerve; zadržana prava
prava reservation ['rezə'veɪʃ(ə)n] n
econ. zadržavanje
reservation ['rezə'veɪʃ(ə)n] adj.
law mentalna rezervacija; zadržano pravo
 English thesaurus
reservation ['rezə'veɪʃ(ə)n] abbr.
abbr. res
mil., logist. In NATO standardization, the stated qualification by a member nation that describes the part of a standardization agreement that it will not implement or will implement only with limitations. FRA 2. Formations belonging to the various armed services, human resources, armaments, military equipment and other assets designated to constitute new and reinforce existing force groupings, accomplish new tasks arising in the course of a war, operation or battle, and regenerate and support a deployed army or fleet. 3. An element of the operational or tactical combat formation designated to carry out tasks arising unexpectedly in the course of an operation at tactical or operational level. Major combined arms formations, tactical formations and units usually constitute combined arms, antitank and specialized support troop reserves. In defensive operations, an anti-airborne/amphibious reserve is added. Depending on its mission and the size of commitment envisaged, a reserve may be tactical, operational or strategic. 4. A force held to counter unforeseen situations or to impact on future events. (UKR/NATO)
reservation: 59 phrases in 9 subjects
Aviation1
Economics2
Figurative1
General3
Law45
Non-governmental organizations1
Oil / petroleum2
Road traffic2
Road works2