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  • 801 reserve

    n. reserv (militären); reservtrupper; reservat; reservation
    v. reservera; lägga undan; spara
    * * *
    [rə'zə:v] 1. verb
    1) (to ask for or order to be kept for the use of a particular person, often oneself: The restaurant is busy on Saturdays, so I'll phone up today and reserve a table.) reservera
    2) (to keep for the use of a particular person or group of people, or for a particular use: These seats are reserved for the committee members.) reservera
    2. noun
    1) (something which is kept for later use or for use when needed: The farmer kept a reserve of food in case he was cut off by floods.) reserv[]
    2) (a piece of land used for a special purpose eg for the protection of animals: a wild-life reserve; a nature reserve.) reservat
    3) (the habit of not saying very much, not showing what one is feeling, thinking etc; shyness.) tillbakadragenhet
    4) ((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.) reserv
    - reserved
    - have
    - keep in reserve

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  • 802 residency

    n. residens, bostad, boning; tjänstebostad; förvaltningsdistrikt
    * * *
    plural - residencies; noun (the home of the governor etc in a colony etc.) residens

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  • 803 resource

    n. resurs; tillgång; tillflykt; medel, utväg
    * * *
    [rə'zo:s, ]( American[) 'ri:zo:rs]
    1) ((usually in plural) something that gives help, support etc when needed; a supply; a means: We have used up all our resources; We haven't the resources at this school for teaching handicapped children.) resurser, tillgångar
    2) ((usually in plural) the wealth of a country, or the supply of materials etc which bring this wealth: This country is rich in natural resources.) tillgångar
    3) (the ability to find ways of solving difficulties: He is full of resource.) rådighet, fyndighet
    - resourcefully
    - resourcefulness

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  • 804 response

    n. svar, reaktion, respons
    * * *
    1) (a reply or reaction: Our letters have never met with any response; My suggestions met with little response.) svar, gensvar
    2) ((usually in plural) in church services, a part spoken by the congregation rather than the priest.) svar, responsorium

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  • 805 responsibility

    n. ansvar
    * * *
    1) (something which a person has to look after, do etc: He takes his responsibilities very seriously.) plikt
    2) (the state of having important duties: a position of responsibility.) ansvar
    3) (the state of being responsible: his responsibility for the accident.) ansvar

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  • 806 result

    n. resultat
    v. vara resultatet av; sluta med
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) (anything which is due to something already done: His deafness is the result of a car accident; He went deaf as a result of an accident; He tried a new method, with excellent results; He tried again, but without result.) resultat
    2) (the answer to a sum etc: Add all these figures and tell me the result.) resultat
    3) (the final score: What was the result of Saturday's match?) resultat
    4) ((often in plural) the list of people who have been successful in a competition, of subjects a person has passed or failed in an examination etc: He had very good exam results; The results will be published next week.) resultat
    2. verb
    1) ((often with from) to be caused (by something): We will pay for any damage which results (from our experiments).) vara resultatet av, härröra från
    2) ((with in) to cause or have as a result: The match resulted in a draw.) resultera

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  • 807 revel

    n. fest, dryckeslag
    v. njuta av, glädjas av, gotta sig åt
    * * *
    ['revl] 1. past tense, past participle - revelled; verb
    ((with in) to take great delight in something: He revels in danger.) njuta av, frossa i
    2. noun
    ((usually in plural) noisy, lively enjoyment: midnight revels.) fest, rumlande
    - revelry

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  • 808 revelry

    n. njutning, nöje, fröjd
    * * *
    plural - revelries; noun ((often in plural) noisy, lively enjoyment: midnight revelries.) festande, rumlande, svirande

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  • 809 reverie

    n. drömmeri; drömbild
    * * *
    1) (a state of pleasant dreamy thought: He was lost in reverie.) drömmeri
    2) ((usually in plural) a day-dream: pleasant reveries.) dagdröm

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  • 810 rhapsody

    n. rapsodi; extas
    * * *
    plural - rhapsodies; noun
    (an expression of strong feeling or excitement in eg music or speech.) extas

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  • 811 risotto

    plural - risottos; noun
    ((a dish of) rice cooked with onions, cheese etc.) risotto

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  • 812 rivalry

    n. rivalitet, konkurrens
    * * *
    plural - rivalries; noun (the state of or an instance of being rivals: the rivalry/rivalries between business companies.)

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  • 813 robbery

    n. rån; röveri
    * * *
    plural - robberies; noun (the act of robbing: Robbery is a serious crime; He was charged with four robberies.) rån

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  • 814 robe

    n. dräkt; morgonrock, badrock; klänning
    v. ta på sig ämbetsdräkt
    * * *
    1) ((often in plural) a long, loose piece of clothing: Many Arabs still wear robes; a baby's christening-robe.) []klänning
    2) ((usually in plural) a long, loose piece of clothing worn as a sign of a person's rank eg on official occasions: a judge's robes.) ämbetsdräkt, []kappa
    3) ((especially American) a loose garment worn casually; a dressing-gown: She wore a robe over her nightdress; a bath-robe; a beach-robe.) badkappa, badrock, morgon-, nattrock

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  • 815 rockery

    plural - rockeries; noun (a heap of rocks in a garden with earth between them in which small plants are grown.) stenparti

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  • 816 rodeo

    n. rodeo, inhägnad för boskap; tävling i ridning av oinridna hästar
    * * *
    plural - rodeos; noun
    (especially in the United States, a show or contest of riding, lassoing etc.)

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  • 817 root

    n. rot, upphov; grund
    v. rotfästa; slå rot: dra upp med rötterna; böka, rota; bli etablerad (angående företag etc.); utrota
    * * *
    I 1. [ru:t] noun
    1) (the part of a plant that grows under the ground and draws food and water from the soil: Trees often have deep roots; Carrots and turnips are edible roots.) rot
    2) (the base of something growing in the body: the roots of one's hair/teeth.) rot
    3) (cause; origin: Love of money is the root of all evil; We must get at the root of the trouble.) rot
    4) ((in plural) family origins: Our roots are in Scotland.) rötter
    2. verb
    (to (make something) grow roots: These plants aren't rooting very well; He rooted the plants in compost.) [] slå rot
    - root crop
    - root out
    - take root
    II [ru:t] verb
    1) (to poke about in the ground: The pigs were rooting about for food.) böka, rota
    2) (to search by turning things over etc: She rooted about in the cupboard.) rota

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  • 818 rosary

    n. rosenträdgård; radband
    * * *
    plural - rosaries; noun
    ((a string of beads representing) a group of prayers, used by Roman Catholics.) radband

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  • 819 royalty

    n. kunglighet; kungarike; kungamakt
    * * *
    plural - royalties; noun
    1) (a payment made to a writer, recording artist etc for every book, record etc sold.) royalty
    2) (the state of being royal, or royal people in general: The commands of royalty must be obeyed.) kunglig person, kunglighet

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  • 820 ruby

    adj. röd
    n. rubin (ädelsten)
    * * *
    plural - rubies; noun
    1) (a kind of deep red precious stone: a ring set with rubies; ( also adjective) a ruby necklace.) rubin
    2) (( also adjective) (of) its colour: a ruby dress.) rubinrött

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