reserve 的 3 个定义
- to keep back or save for future use, disposal, treatment, etc.
- to retain or secure by express stipulation.
- to set apart for a particular use, purpose, service, etc.: ground reserved for gardening.
- Finance. cash, or assets readily convertible into cash, held aside, as by a corporation, bank, state or national government, etc., to meet expected or unexpected demands.uninvested cash held to comply with legal requirements.
- something kept or stored for use or need; stock: a reserve of food.
- a resource not normally called upon but available if needed.
- kept in reserve; forming a reserve: a reserve fund; a reserve supply.
- of or relating to the animal awarded second place in livestock shows: the reserve champion steer.
coolness of manner
reserve 的近义词 26 个
reserve 的反义词 7 个
keep, hold back
reserve 的近义词 29 个
- set aside
- keep back
- keep out
- lay up
- put away
- put by
- put off
- squirrel away
- store up
- stow away
reserve 的反义词 12 个
hold for future use
- 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.
- In communities with large reserves of social capital, people trust their institutions and their neighbors.
- The company will likely begin by allowing a limited number of employees to reserve office space if desired.
- Chairlift grazing not only reserves more time for skiing but also can keep you energized throughout the day.
- We reserve the right to any legal action to prevent new pranks of the kind.
- Stone, according to Marine officials, served eight years in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
- The actor and police enthusiast reportedly wants to be a reserve officer.
- Some prisons reserve the dayroom or common area for weddings.
- Thank you, Federal Reserve for printing all that money for the past half dozen years.
- In sorting notes it is necessary to be able readily to distinguish between notes of this bank and notes of other reserve banks.
- The dormant accounts most of the banks maintain with the reserve bank are, perhaps, indicative of their attitude toward it.
- At the reserve bank they may borrow as a standing right and not as a favor which may be cut off.
- She never realized that the reserve of her own character had much, perhaps everything, to do with this.
- Customers will do things in the name of the Federal Reserve System which they have never done before.