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Noun
A supply or store of a commodity
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“The children carried their share by bringing along a doll that held a reserve of tea.”
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That which has been saved, especially money, for use when required
“The entire profit has to be kept as a reserve for meeting the contingencies.”
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A lack of warmth or openness in manner or expression
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“Due to the after-effects of sun and a bottle of Sancerre, my usual British reserve was sadly lacking.”
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Someone or something that replaces or provides support to another
“Cherry, among the most feared NFL defensive backs, played as a reserve for two years before assuming a starting role.”
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A protected area for wildlife
“The importance of the reserve for wildlife is acknowledged in its official designation as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.”
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A feeling of doubt qualifying acceptance of a person, statement, or plan
“He had long ago told me that he wanted me to be honest and without reserve when talking to him, and I usually found it difficult.”
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Humbleness in character and behavior
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The state of being speechless
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A part of a country entirely surrounded by foreign territory
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The presentation of something as being smaller or less good or important than it really is
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Resource from the earth
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Replacement
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The ability to solve difficult problems, often in original, clever, and inventive ways
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Land suitable for use as a park
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After training, no longer in full active duty
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The act or process of becoming larger in quantity
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A person or thing that supports or supplements
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An emotional difficulty or a psychological inhibition
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A composed or serious manner or style
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A state of being inactive or suspended
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One of two or more available possibilities
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The act or process of introverting or the quality of being introverted
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Money in coins or notes, as distinct from cheques, money orders, or credit
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The state or tendency to care a about seemly behavior and morals
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An advantage, typically secret or hidden
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Briskness or sharpness
Verb
To hold, save or retain for future use
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“If some of the marinade is to be used as a sauce on the cooked food, reserve a portion of the marinade before putting raw meat and poultry in it.”
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To be in possession of, or to have at one's disposal
“I reserve the right to change the privacy policies and practices described in this notice.”
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To book in advance or make a reservation
“Anyone who wishes to go as a pilgrim must hand in his or her name before the end of January in order to reserve a seat on the pilgrimage.”
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To refrain from delivering (a judgment or decision) without due consideration or evidence
“The appeal is expected to finish today, but the judges will reserve their decision, with judgment expected to be announced within three months.”
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To predestine or preordain
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To arrange or organize a scheduled event
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To request some product or service or to secure by placing an order
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Take possession
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To employ by paying a retainer
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(of a place or position) To occupy
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To acquire or appropriate (something) in advance
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To stifle or refrain from openly expressing
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To apprehend or arrest someone
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Sign up for responsibility
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Adjective
Serving as a support or backup for a given position or role
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“Recently, I served as a reserve teacher in an elementary school.”
Adjective
Being in excess
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