one of the 12 principal banks of the U.S. Federal Reserve System.
a bank authorized by a government to hold the reserves of other banks.
one of the twelve banks forming part of the US Federal Reserve System
noun, Nautical. 1. the difference between the volume of a hull below the designed waterline and the volume of the hull below the lowest opening incapable of being made watertight.
noun, Automotive. 1. the capacity of a battery, measured in minutes, to keep a vehicle operating if the charging system fails.
noun, Sports. 1. the clause in the contract of a professional player in some sports that binds the player to a team for a season beyond the expiration of the contract in the event a new contract has not been made meanwhile or the player has not been sent to another team.
noun 1. any currency, as the U.S. dollar, used as a medium to settle international debts. reserve currency noun 1. foreign currency that is acceptable as a medium of international payments and that is therefore held in reserve by many countries