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roster

noun [C] uk   /ˈrɒs.tər/ us    /ˈrɑː.stɚ/ mainly US ( UK usually rota)
a list of people's names, often with the jobs they have been given to do: If you look on the duty roster, you'll see when you're working.
Translations of “roster”
in Spanish lista…
in French liste, tableau…
in German der (Dienst-)Plan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 值勤表, 勤務簿…
in Russian список дежурств, список…
in Turkish görev listesi, nöbet çizelgesi, görev cetveli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 值勤表, 勤务簿…
in Polish grafik, harmonogram, lista…
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