reserve / rɪˈzɜrv /


reserve3 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

re·served, re·serv·ing.

  1. to keep back or save for future use, disposal, treatment, etc.
  2. to retain or secure by express stipulation.
  3. to set apart for a particular use, purpose, service, etc.: ground reserved for gardening.
n. 名词 noun
  1. 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.
  2. something kept or stored for use or need; stock: a reserve of food.
  3. a resource not normally called upon but available if needed.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. kept in reserve; forming a reserve: a reserve fund; a reserve supply.
  2. of or relating to the animal awarded second place in livestock shows: the reserve champion steer.

reserve 近义词

n. 名词 noun


n. 名词 noun

coolness of manner

v. 动词 verb

keep, hold back

v. 动词 verb

hold for future use


  1. As far as logistics, we reserve two hours in calendars but we try to hit 90 minutes.
  2. 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.
  3. In communities with large reserves of social capital, people trust their institutions and their neighbors.
  4. The company will likely begin by allowing a limited number of employees to reserve office space if desired.
  5. Chairlift grazing not only reserves more time for skiing but also can keep you energized throughout the day.
  6. We reserve the right to any legal action to prevent new pranks of the kind.
  7. Stone, according to Marine officials, served eight years in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
  8. The actor and police enthusiast reportedly wants to be a reserve officer.
  9. Some prisons reserve the dayroom or common area for weddings.
  10. Thank you, Federal Reserve for printing all that money for the past half dozen years.
  11. In sorting notes it is necessary to be able readily to distinguish between notes of this bank and notes of other reserve banks.
  12. The dormant accounts most of the banks maintain with the reserve bank are, perhaps, indicative of their attitude toward it.
  13. At the reserve bank they may borrow as a standing right and not as a favor which may be cut off.
  14. She never realized that the reserve of her own character had much, perhaps everything, to do with this.
  15. Customers will do things in the name of the Federal Reserve System which they have never done before.