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Synonyms for reserve

Synonyms for reserve

to have and maintain in one's possession

to cause to be set aside, as for one's use, in advance

the keeping of one's thoughts and emotions to oneself

public land kept for a special purpose

Synonyms for reserve

formality and propriety of manner

something kept back or saved for future use or a special purpose

an athlete who plays only when a starter on the team is replaced

(medicine) potential capacity to respond in order to maintain vital functions

a district that is reserved for particular purpose

armed forces that are not on active duty but can be called in an emergency

the trait of being uncommunicative

hold back or set aside, especially for future use or contingency

give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause

obtain or arrange (for oneself) in advance

arrange for and reserve (something for someone else) in advance

References in periodicals archive ?
Hedgepeth explained that this training outcome is a compatible workforce between the reserve and active components.
A reserve officer is "a volunteer, nonregular, sworn member of a law enforcement agency who serves with or without compensation and has regular police powers .
During the 1970s, the Club of Rome report The Limits to Growth projected that, assuming consumption remained flat, all known oil reserves would be entirely consumed in just 31 years.
Certain companies "were able to design their product in a way to produce very low reserves and the fix that we proposed was to get to the level of reserves that was originally intended, both by regulation XXX and Actuarial Guideline 38," Carmello said, explaining that some companies found a "loophole," which he said allows them to under-reserve.
The others - who were called up in January 2002, making them the longest-serving reserve unit - remain in Iraq awaiting word of their anticipated return.
In animals with a long planktonic period, larvae hatched in a reserve risk floating beyond their protected home.
Previously, it was the IRS's position that such amounts should be included as part of the unearned premium reserve subject to the 20% reduction.
As a result of this action, there was no possibility the funds in the reserve would be returned.
He criticized "some base closure actions and proposed end-strength reductions of roughly 15 percent for the Naval and Marine Corps reserve components" in a single year.
Deterministic and Probabilistic Estimation of Reserves
For depository institutions that report weekly, the low reserve tranche and the reserve requirement exemption amount for 2006 will first apply to the fourteen-day reserve computation period that began Tuesday, November 22, 2005, and the corresponding fourteen-day reserve maintenance period that begins Thursday, December 22, 2005.
The department wants to increase its reserve unit from 750 to at least 1,000 deputies to help full-time officers with daily and special-event activities.
Taking advantage of yet another unique source of manpower, MTMC is actively pursuing the use of as many as 25 additional Reserve soldiers for some of its positions.
2) also have come to be viewed and overvalued as a reserve adequacy gauge, as though someone "knows" what appropriate survival ratios should be.
Customarily, reserve officers receive no monetary compensation for their services, although some departments do pay for uniforms and other incidental costs.