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re·serv·ist

 (rĭ-zûr′vĭst)
n.
A member of a military reserve.
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reservist

(rɪˈzɜːvɪst)
n
(Military) someone who serves in the reserve formations of a nation's armed forces
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re•serv•ist

(rɪˈzɜr vɪst)

n.
a person who belongs to a reserve military force of a country.
[1875–80]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.reservist - a member of a military reserve
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
military reserve, reserve - armed forces that are not on active duty but can be called in an emergency
soldier - an enlisted man or woman who serves in an army; "the soldiers stood at attention"
Wave - a member of the women's reserve of the United States Navy; originally organized during World War II but now no longer a separate branch
weekend warrior - a reservist who fulfills the military obligation on weekends
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reservist

[rɪˈzɜːvɪst] N (Mil) → reservista mf
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reservist

[rɪˈzɜːrvɪst] n (MILITARY)réserviste mf
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reservist

n (Mil) → Reservist(in) m(f)
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reservist

[rɪˈzɜːvɪst] n (Mil) → riservista m
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References in classic literature ?
One of the men there, a reservist he said he was, told my brother he had seen the heliograph flickering in the west.
Ministers believe the 2nd Battalion can be replaced by reservists, yet the Chairman of the Northumberland Fusiliers Association is very concerned that it simply won't be possible to recruit the numbers needed.
A LIVERPOOL hospital worker is flying the flag for NHS territorial army reservists.
Army Reserve Center in April to offer free legal services to Army reservists, specifically, the creation of advance directive documents: durable power of attorney, healthcare surrogate designation, designation of preneed guardian, a living will, and a simple will.
"We've got an awful lot of these full-time reservists, more than we should have," Canadian army spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Jay Janzen told Ottawa Citizen defence reporter David Pugliese.
"The reservist units in the West Bank will carry out a number of duties, which will be for the security interest of Israel," the unnamed Israeli officer pointed out, adding that the work of the reservists aims to prevent resistance or suicide operations in Israeli territories including Tel Aviv.
Over the last six years, more than 17,000 Reservists have served in Iraq or Afghanistan.
Over the last six years, over 17,000 Reservists have served in Iraq or Afghanistan.
As demobilized reservists return to civilian life and their civilian employment, the difficulties some face in maintaining positive working relationships with their employers is an area of interest.
President Bush has signed legislation aimed at expanding business opportunities for veterans and helping military reservists keep their businesses alive while they are on active duty.
WASHINGTON -- Military reservists who are called to active duty and put in years of service are often frustrated by a lack of understanding of their educational benefit system, a congressional committee has been told.
Pursuing possibilities that will both support the organization's mission to support the Warfighter and ensure success for reservists on the job, SDDC leadership is on the edge of establishing the Deployment Support Command.