Definition of 'roster'
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But with a uniquely qualified roster of clients. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Cheshire has assembled an impressive roster of heavy hitters. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The parent company has a roster of blue-chip clients. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Edge of the Sun features an impressive roster of guest artists. The Sun (2015)He'll need an impressive new roster to top that. The Sun (2011)The owners' roster is impressive. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Perhaps there is a retired plod with a 50-year-old duty roster that can give us a more definitive idea of how officers then spent their time. Times, Sunday Times (2015)An air traffic control spokesman said: 'There was a misunderstanding over a duty roster. The Sun (2010)St Lucia and Barbados have just joined the roster. The Sun (2013)His coronation will be welcomed by Universal's roster of artists. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And while the fabric focus is predominantly denim, the roster includes suede, leather and corduroy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)America's second biggest wrestling federation finally hit consoles with a roster of 25 stars to choose from. The Sun (2008)The search engine has joined the growing roster of US tech companies looking to offer cheap or free streaming in an attempt to lure consumers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It has some amazing fans, a great coaching team and playing roster - plus they also play an exciting style of rugby. The Sun (2016)
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Used Occasionally. roster is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'roster'
British English: roster NOUN
A roster is a list which gives details of the order in which different people have to do a particular job.
The next day he put himself first on the new roster for domestic chores.
Definition of roster from the Collins English Dictionary
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