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reserve

US [rɪˈzɜrv]
UK [rɪˈzɜː(r)v]
  • v.保留;预订;预留;拥有
  • n.保留;自然保护区;预备队;矜持
  • adj.后备的
  • Web储备;预定;准备金
Simple Present:reserves  Present Participle:reserving  Past Tense:reserved  
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v.
1.
预订,预约(座位、席位、房间等)to ask for a seat, table, room, etc. to be available for you or sb else at a future time
I'd like to reserve a table for three for eight o'clock.
我想预订八点钟供三人用餐的桌位。
I've reserved a room in the name of Jones.
我以琼斯的名字预订了一个房间。
2.
保留;预留to keep sth for sb/sth, so that it cannot be used by any other person or for any other reason
These seats are reserved for special guests.
这些座位是留给贵宾的。
I'd prefer to reserve (my) judgement(= not make a decision) until I know all the facts.
在了解全部事实之前我不想发表意见。
3.
~ sth
拥有,保持,保留(某种权利)to have or keep a particular power
The management reserves the right to refuse admission.
管理部门有权拒绝接收。
All rights reserved .(= nobody else can publish or copy this)
版权所有
n.
补给supply
1.
[c][usupl]
储备(量);贮藏(量)a supply of sth that is available to be used in the future or when it is needed
large oil and gas reserves
大量的石油和天然气贮藏量
He discovered unexpected reserves of strength.
他出乎意料地发现还有体力。
reserve funds
储备金
受保护土地protected land
2.
[c]
(动植物)保护区;自然保护区a piece of land that is a protected area for animals, plants, etc.
a wildlife reserve
野生动植物保护区
品质;情感quality/feeling
3.
[c]
内向;寡言少语;矜持the quality that sb has when they do not talk easily to other people about their ideas, feelings, etc.
She found it difficult to make friends because of her natural reserve.
她因天性矜持很难交到朋友。
4.
[u]
谨慎;保留a feeling that you do not want to accept or agree to sth, etc. until you are quite sure that it is all right to do so
Any contract should be treated with reserve until it has been checked.
任何契约在经过核实之前都应谨慎对待。
She trusted him without reserve(= completely) .
她完全信任他。
体育运动in sport
5.
[c]
替补队员;后备队员an extra player who plays in a team when one of the other players is injured or not available to play
6.
[pl]
替补队;预备队;后备队a team that is below the level of the main team
军队military force
7.
[sing]
预备役部队;后备部队an extra military force, etc. that is not part of a country's regular forces, but is available to be used when needed
the army reserve(s)
预备役部队
the reserve police
预备役警察
价格price
8.
[c]
(尤指拍卖中的)底价,最低价the lowest price that sb will accept for sth, especially sth that is sold at an auction
IDM
The money was being kept in reserve for their retirement.
他们把钱存着以备退休后使用。
200 police officers were held in reserve .
200 名警察随时待命。
in reserve
储备;备用available to be used in the future or when needed
The money was being kept in reserve for their retirement.
他们把钱存着以备退休后使用。
200 police officers were held in reserve .
200 名警察随时待命。

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