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  1. reserved

    • IPA[rɪˈzəːvd]

    英式

    • adj.
      slow to reveal emotion or opinions;kept specially for a particular person
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    形容詞

    • v.
      retain for future use: roll out half the dough and reserve the other half
    • n.
      a supply of a commodity not needed for immediate use but available if required: Australia has major coal, gas, and uranium reserves

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      refrain from using or disposing of (something); retain for future use: roll out half the dough and reserve the other half
    • n.
      a supply of a commodity not needed for immediate use but available if required: Australia has major coal, gas, and uranium reserves

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a word in a programming language which has a fixed meaning and cannot be redefined by the ...

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    • n.
      an occupation from which a person will not be taken for military service.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a word in a programming language which has a fixed meaning and cannot be redefined by the ...

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    • n.
      a volunteer force that provides a reserve of trained and disciplined military personnel for use ... some members of the National Guard and the Army Reserve have been called up for duty forty-two Army Reserve units answered the call

    Oxford Dictionary

    • plural
      a company's funds that are not declared on its balance sheet: banks and insurance groups have hidden reserves they can dig into to help pay dividends in times of falling profits

    Oxford Dictionary

    • plural
      a company's funds that are not declared on its balance sheet: banks and insurance groups have hidden reserves they can dig into to help pay dividends in times of falling profits

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[rəˈzərvd]

    美式

    • adj.
      slow to reveal emotion or opinions: he is a reserved, almost taciturn man

    Oxford American Dictionary