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    re·serve
    [rəˈzərv]
    verb
    reserve (verb) · reserves (third person present) · reserved (past tense) · reserved (past participle) · reserving (present participle)
    1. refrain from using or disposing of (something); retain for future use:
      "roll out half the dough and reserve the other half"
      • arrange for (a room, seat, ticket, etc.) to be kept for the use of a particular person and not given to anyone else:
        "a place was reserved for her in the front row"
      • retain or hold (an entitlement to something), especially by formal or legal stipulation:
        "the editor reserves the right to edit letters"
      • refrain from delivering (a judgment or decision) immediately or without due consideration or evidence:
        "I'll reserve my views on his ability until he's played again"
      • (reserve something for)
        use or engage in something only in or at (a particular circumstance or time):
        "Japanese food has been presented as expensive and reserved for special occasions"
      • (in church use) retain (a portion of the consecrated elements) after mass for communion of the sick or as a focus for devotion.
    noun
    reserve (noun) · reserves (plural noun) · the reserves (plural noun)
    1. (reserves)
      a supply of a commodity not needed for immediate use but available if required:
      "Australia has major coal, gas, and uranium reserves"
      • funds kept available by a bank, company, or government:
        "the foreign exchange reserves"
      • a part of a company's profits added to capital rather than paid as a dividend:
        "the bank built up a cash reserve of $2bn to meet any run on the bank once the loss was revealed"
    2. a force or body of troops kept back from action to reinforce or protect others, or additional to the regular forces and available in an emergency:
      "the men were stationed as a central reserve ready to be transported wherever necessary"
      • a member of the military reserve:
        "the army began calling up reserves for combat training"
    3. an extra player who is a possible substitute in a team:
      "he was reserve hooker for the World Cup team"
      • (the reserves)
        the second-string team:
        "playing in the first team has been a big step up after the reserves"
    4. a place set aside for special use.
      • a reservation for an indigenous people:
        "a reserve was allocated to the tribe on Bear Island"
      • a protected area for wildlife:
        "part of the marshes has been managed to create a splendid reserve full of birds"
    5. a lack of warmth or openness in manner or expression:
      "she smiled and some of her natural reserve melted"
      • qualification or doubt attached to some statement or claim:
        "she trusted him without reserve"
    6. short for reserve price
    7. (in the decoration of ceramics or textiles) an area that still has the original color of the material or the color of the background.
    Origin
    Middle English: from Old French reserver, from Latin reservare ‘keep back’, from re- ‘back’ + servare ‘to keep’.
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    verb
    1. refrain from using or disposing of (something); retain for future use:
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    noun
    1. a supply of a commodity not needed for immediate use but available if required:
      • a force or body of troops kept back from action to reinforce or protect others, or additional to the regular forces and available in an emergency:
      • an extra player who is a possible substitute in a team:
        • a lack of warmth or openness in manner or expression:
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        What is the difference between a military reserve and a forest reserve?an area of public land set apart for a special purpose:[ countable] a forest reserve. Military reserves, [ plural] part of a military force held in readiness to assist the main force, or kept apart and not in active duty: joined the reserves. [ uncountable] caution or formality in one's words or actions. kept in reserve: reserve supplies.
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        Is reserve a noun or a verb?As a noun, reserve refers to the quality of a shy or modest person who doesn’t easily express his or her feelings. As a verb, to reserve is to stash something away or to set it aside for future use. Reserve can also refer to backup supplies or resources.
        What does reserving mean?verb (used with or without object), re-served, re-serv·ing. to serve again. As far as logistics, we reserve two hours in calendars but we try to hit 90 minutes. The difference, Nesbitt said, was that this time the city reserved more than 1,000 of the 2,500 appointments for patients who called to sign up.
        What is the meaning of reserve?To keep back or retain for oneself. To reserve the right to refuse. Reserve is defined as to save or secure, particularly for future use. An example of to reserve is to call a restaurant and ask them to hold a table for you.
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