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ros·ter

 (rŏs′tər, rô′stər)
n.
A list, especially of the names of players on a sports team or of the personnel in a military unit.

[Dutch rooster, gridiron, roster (from the ruled paper used for a roster), from roosten, to roast; akin to German rösten and English roast.]

roster

(ˈrɒstə)
n
1. a list or register, esp one showing the order of people enrolled for duty
2. (Marketing) marketing the list of advertising agencies regularly used by a particular company
vb
(tr) to place on a roster
[C18: from Dutch rooster grating or list (the lined paper looking like a grid)]

roster

(ˈrɒstə)
n
dialect Northern English a rascal

ros•ter

(ˈrɒs tər)

n.
1. a list of persons or groups, as of military personnel or units with their turns or periods of duty.
2. any list, roll, or register.
[1720–30; < Dutch rooster list, roster, literally, gridiron, in reference to the ruled paper used =roost(en) to roast + -er -er1]

Roster

 a roll or list.
Examples: roster of diplomats, 1892; of duties; of honours.

roster


Past participle: rostered
Gerund: rostering

Imperative
roster
roster
Present
I roster
you roster
he/she/it rosters
we roster
you roster
they roster
Preterite
I rostered
you rostered
he/she/it rostered
we rostered
you rostered
they rostered
Present Continuous
I am rostering
you are rostering
he/she/it is rostering
we are rostering
you are rostering
they are rostering
Present Perfect
I have rostered
you have rostered
he/she/it has rostered
we have rostered
you have rostered
they have rostered
Past Continuous
I was rostering
you were rostering
he/she/it was rostering
we were rostering
you were rostering
they were rostering
Past Perfect
I had rostered
you had rostered
he/she/it had rostered
we had rostered
you had rostered
they had rostered
Future
I will roster
you will roster
he/she/it will roster
we will roster
you will roster
they will roster
Future Perfect
I will have rostered
you will have rostered
he/she/it will have rostered
we will have rostered
you will have rostered
they will have rostered
Future Continuous
I will be rostering
you will be rostering
he/she/it will be rostering
we will be rostering
you will be rostering
they will be rostering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rostering
you have been rostering
he/she/it has been rostering
we have been rostering
you have been rostering
they have been rostering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rostering
you will have been rostering
he/she/it will have been rostering
we will have been rostering
you will have been rostering
they will have been rostering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rostering
you had been rostering
he/she/it had been rostering
we had been rostering
you had been rostering
they had been rostering
Conditional
I would roster
you would roster
he/she/it would roster
we would roster
you would roster
they would roster
Past Conditional
I would have rostered
you would have rostered
he/she/it would have rostered
we would have rostered
you would have rostered
they would have rostered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.roster - a list of namesroster - a list of names; "his name was struck off the rolls"
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
batting order, lineup, card - (baseball) a list of batters in the order in which they will bat; "the managers presented their cards to the umpire at home plate"
death-roll - a list of persons killed in a war or other disaster
muster roll - a list of names of officers and men in a military unit or ship's company
church roll - a list of the members of church
rota - a roster of names showing the order in which people should perform certain duties
waiting list - a roster of those waiting to obtain something

roster

noun rota, listing, list, table, roll, schedule, register, agenda, catalogue, inventory, scroll He put himself on the roster for domestic chores.

roster

noun
A series, as of names or words, printed or written down:
Translations
سِجِل، جَدْوَل الخِدْمَه
rozpis
turnusliste
beosztásmunkarend
nafnaskrá, verkefnalisti
grafikssaraksts
görev listesinöbet cetveli

roster

[ˈrɒstəʳ]
A. Nlista f
duty rosterlista f de turnos
B. VTdistribuir tareas entre
to be rostered for sth/to do sthtener asignado algo/hacer algo

roster

[ˈrɒstər] n (also duty roster) → tableau m de service

roster

roster

(ˈrostə) noun
a list showing the work, duties etc that people are to do. a duty roster.
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