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1    conserve, hang on to, hoard, hold, husband, keep, keep back, lay up, preserve, put by, retain, save, set aside, stockpile, store, withhold  
2    bespeak, book, engage, prearrange, pre-engage, retain, secure  
3    defer, delay, keep back, postpone, put off, withhold  
4    backlog, cache, capital, fall-back, fund, hoard, reservoir, savings, stock, stockpile, store, supply  
5    park, preserve, reservation, sanctuary, tract  
6    aloofness, constraint, coolness, formality, modesty, reluctance, reservation, restraint, reticence, secretiveness, shyness, silence, taciturnity  
7    alternate, auxiliary, extra, fall-back, secondary, spare, substitute  
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  ( reserves    plural & 3rd person present)   ( reserving    present participle)   ( reserved    past tense & past participle  )
1       verb   If something is reservedfor a particular person or purpose, it is kept specially for that person or purpose.  
usu passive   (=set aside)  
A double room with a balcony overlooking the sea had been reserved for him...      be V-ed for n  
2       verb   If you reserve something such as a table, ticket, or magazine, you arrange for it to be kept specially for you, rather than sold or given to someone else.  
I'll reserve a table for five...      V n  
3       n-count   A reserve is a supply of something that is available for use when it is needed.  
usu with supp  
The Gulf has 65 per cent of the world's oil reserves...     
4       n-count   In sports, a reserve is someone who is available to play as part of a team if one of the members is ill or cannot play.  
  (mainly BRIT)   (=substitute)  
He ended up as a reserve, but still qualified for a team gold medal.     
in AM, use substitute     
5       n-count   A nature reserve is an area of land where the animals, birds, and plants are officially protected.  
usu supp N  
Marine biologists are calling for Cardigan Bay to be created a marine nature reserve to protect the dolphins.     
6       n-uncount   If someone shows reserve, they keep their feelings hidden.  
His natural reserve made him appear self-conscious.     
7    If you have something in reserve, you have it available for use when it is needed.  
in reserve      phrase   PHR after v  
...the bottle of whisky that he kept in reserve...     
    to reserve judgment  
    to reserve the right  

game reserve        ( game reserves    plural  ) A game reserve is a large area of land, especially in Africa, where wild animals can live safely.      n-count   (=game park)  
reserve price        ( reserve prices    plural  ) A reserve price is the lowest price which is acceptable to the owner of property being auctioned or sold.  
  (BRIT, BUSINESS)      n-count  

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Consulte también:

reserved, reverse, revere, reservoir

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