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reserve

noun
a piece of land used for a special purpose eg for the protection of animals
reserva
a wildlife reserve a nature reserve.
the habit of not saying very much, not showing what one is feeling, thinking etc; shyness
reserva
Brits are usually known for their reserve and politeness.
(often in plural ) soldiers, sailors etc who do not belong to the regular full-time army, navy etc but who are called into action when needed eg during a war.
reservistas
(Definition of reserve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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