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Noun
A supply of a commodity not needed for immediate use but available if required
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“Our nation needs to get serious about resourcing its reserves if it's going to rely on them as heavily as it has lately.”
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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 replaces another, sometimes temporarily
“In this sport, you always have to have reserves.”
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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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Someone or something which provides support or reinforcement
“A squadron leader in the RAF military reserve.”
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The property of being lowly
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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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Being inactive or suspended
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Resource from the earth
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Replacement
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The ability to cope with difficult situations, or unusual problems
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The act or process of introverting or the quality of being introverted
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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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One of two or more available possibilities
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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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Hidden advantage
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Briskness or abruptness
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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
Verb
Retain for future use
“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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Hold for future use
“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 retain or hold (a right or entitlement), especially by formal or legal stipulation
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“Others do reserve the right on occasions to drink alcohol.”
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To refrain from delivering (a judgement or decision) without due consideration or evidence
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“The appeal is expected to finish today, but the judges will reserve their decision, with judgement expected to be announced within three months.”
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To set aside or reserve for a particular purpose
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To predestine or preordain
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To refuse to give (something that is due to or is desired by another)
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To succeed in killing or catching (an animal)
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To request some product or service or to secure by placing an order
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Stand your ground
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(of a place or position) To occupy
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To plan one's time
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Give up; let go
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To apprehend or arrest someone
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Sign up for responsibility
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To keep something secret
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To have the use or benefit of something
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An extra player who is a possible substitute in a team
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“Presently, the reserve team has 11 players under age 21 including seven high school players.”
Adjective
Being in excess
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