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Definitions of reserve:

part of speech: verb transitive

To keep back: to keep for future or other use: to retain.

part of speech: noun

Something kept in store for future use; in mil., a body of troops kept in the rear of an army in action to give support where required, or to meet any contingency; a laying up and keeping for a future time; reservation or exception, as a sale by auction without reserve; caution in personal behaviour; shyness.

part of speech: noun

That which is kept in store for future use or for a particular purpose; a tract of land set apart for a special purpose; that which is held back; restraint in speech and manner; the keeping of one's own counsel; funds kept on hand by a bank for emergencies.

part of speech: noun

That which is reserved: that which is kept for future use: in countries having great standing armies and powerful navies, a part of an army or a fleet reserved to assist those engaged in action: that which is kept back in the mind: mental concealment: absence of freedom in words or actions: caution.

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Confidence; faith; belief in someone's truth and goodness; hope; basis of confidence or belief; credit granted because of belief in one's honesty; a duty or responsibility; a combination of business men or firms engaged in the production of some commodity or related group of commodities, designed to regulate the supply and price of their goods and to prosper by cooperation rather than by competition; often, such a combination formed to crush out smaller competitors formed to crush out smaller competitors and thus control an industry and raise prices; an estate left in someone's charge to be held and managed for another's charge to be held and managed for another's benefit; the guardianship of such an estate. ...

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