Focus on the pronunciation of reserve
English definition of “reserve”
/rɪˈzɜːv/ verb [T]
› to keep something for a particular purpose or time: reserve sth for sb/sth The plan would reserve $1 billion for "long-term capacity improvements".
› COMMERCE to arrange for something to be kept for you, for example, a seat on an aircraft or a table at a restaurant: He's reserved a table for 8pm.
reserve the right to do sth › to state, especially in a written agreement, that you may change something in the future: I reserve the right to disagree to any future changes in the company structure.
reserve judgement › to not decide on something immediately: I thought I'd reserve judgement until he'd finished his presentation.