Case Reserve

Case Reserve,

Definition of Case Reserve:

  • See Basic Backup for Missing History

Literal Meanings of Case Reserve


Meanings of Case:
  1. An example of a particular situation, an example of what happened.

  2. Matters of illness or anxiety.

  3. Litigation, especially court decisions.

  4. A lexical form of a noun, adjective, or pronoun that indicates the semantic relation of a word to other words.

  5. Surrounded by matter or matter.

  6. Find out (somewhere) before committing a robbery.

  7. Designed to contain or protect an object in a container.

  8. One of the two methods, uppercase or lowercase, in which the letters of the alphabet can be written or hidden.

Sentences of Case
  1. A matter of confusion

  2. 200,000 cases of hepatitis B

  3. Label case

  4. Blame game

  5. Granite Steel tower covered with granite

  6. Store the tires in a velvet box

  7. In some cases, mixed letters work.

Synonyms of Case

action, sufferer, trial, scout, canister, receptacle, suit at law, suit, explore, manifestation, indictment, form, litigation, patient, ending, legal cause, container, cover, lawsuit, scrutinize, occasion, cause, repository, legal process, inflection, wrap, legal proceeding, examine, sick person


Meanings of Reserve:
  1. Avoid using (or throwing away) anything to keep for future use.

  2. Supply of products that are not required for immediate use, but are available when needed.

  3. A force or corps that is out of combat to strengthen or protect others, or is available with regular armed forces and in emergencies.

  4. Extra players who are substitutes in the team

  5. A specific place for a specific purpose

  6. Lack of harmony or openness in etiquette or expression.

  7. Minimum price summary

  8. (Ceramic or textile decoration) An area that still retains the original material color or background color.

Sentences of Reserve
  1. Roll out half the dough and keep the other half.

  2. Australia has significant reserves of coal, gas and uranium

  3. These people are kept in the reservation center and can be taken anywhere.

  4. I was a backup hacker in the World Cup team

  5. There were some areas where land was allotted, but now it was used for various purposes.

  6. He smiled and some of his reserves melted

  7. No bookings were made, although the pub's auction on November 8 is valued at more than 35 3.5 million.

  8. Father Motif, the reserve motif on a black background, was probably first made in the Tunbridge cutlery industry.

Synonyms of Reserve

fresh troops, self-containment, accumulation, lay aside, auxiliaries, substitute, restraint, fallback, reserves, replacement, emergency, put aside, stock, reticence, additional police, self-restraint, set aside, supplementaries, fund, second-string, put to one side