What is the meaning of Reservado?

What is the meaning of Reservado?

British English: reserved /rɪˈzɜːvd/ ADJECTIVE. Someone who is reserved keeps their feelings hidden.

What language is Reservado?

reservado in Spanish is “RESERVED”.

Is Reservado an adjective?

adjectivefeminine reservada totalmente reservado, si casi nadie sabe donde está, reservadísimo.

What is Deportista in Spanish?

deportista, la ~ (f) sportswoman, the ~ Noun. sporting woman, the ~ Noun.

Is Reservado masculine or feminine?

Meanings of “feminine of reservado” in Spanish English Dictionary : 1 result(s)

Category Spanish
1 Common reservada [adj]

What is Impaciente English?

adjective. impatient [adjective] not willing to wait or delay; not patient.

What is the opposite of Reservado in English?

opposite de enfrente contrario
of de
reservado no direct translation

What is divertido English?

adjective. amusing [adjective] rather funny or humorous. entertaining [adjective] amusing. funny [adjective] amusing; making one laugh.

What is Cómo eres?

How are You? As I mentioned above there are two ways to ask someone how they are, but with very different meanings. It is important to learn the difference so that you can effectively communicate. ¿Cómo eres? – How are you? / What are you like? ¿Cómo estás? – How are you? / How are you feeling?

What does sociable in English?

1 : inclined by nature to companionship with others of the same species : social. 2a : inclined to seek or enjoy companionship. b : marked by or conducive to friendliness or pleasant social relations. sociable. noun.

What does Joven in English?

young in English is “JOVEN”.

What is the opposite of Impaciente?

Adjective. impaciente (plural impacientes) impatient antonym ▲ Antonym: paciente.

What is Tonto English?

American Spanish, from Spanish, fool, from tonto foolish.

How do you call a reserved person?


  1. closemouthed,
  2. dumb,
  3. laconic,
  4. reticent,
  5. silent,
  6. taciturn,
  7. tight-lipped,
  8. uncommunicative.

How do you respond to como soy?

For example, a person could respond with:

  1. Yo soy alto (I am tall)
  2. Yo soy rubio (I am blonde)
  3. Yo soy terco (I am stubborn)