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VERB 保留;留出;预留 If something is reserved for a particular person or purpose, it is kept specially for that person or purpose.
A double room with a balcony overlooking the sea had been reserved for him...
In the United States lanes are reserved for cars with more than one occupant.
VERB 预订;保留;预约 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...
Demand will be huge, so ask your newsagent to reserve your copy today.
N-COUNT 储备;储存物资;储藏量 A reserve is a supply of something that is available for use when it is needed.
The Gulf has 65 per cent of the world's oil reserves...
A friend can be a reserve of help in times of trouble.
N-COUNT 预备队员;替补队员 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.
He ended up as a reserve, but still qualified for a team gold medal.
N-COUNT （野生生物）保护区 A nature reserve is an area of land where the animals, birds, and plants are officially protected.
Marine biologists are calling for Cardigan Bay to be created a marine nature reserve to protect the dolphins.
N-UNCOUNT 寡言;矜持;内敛 If someone shows reserve, they keep their feelings hidden.
The subject is one which must be discussed with reserve...
His natural reserve made him appear self-conscious.
PHRASE 留出备用;保留;储存 If you have something in reserve, you have it available for use when it is needed.
...the bottle of whisky that he kept in reserve...
There were patrol cars on the streets and riot police standing by in reserve.
N-COUNT 后备军;预备役部队 A military reserve is a group of soldiers who are ready to join a military operation if they are needed.