English → English - roster

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n. list, register; list of soldiers or employees including the time that each is scheduled for duty
n. roaster, oven or other device designed for roasting, toaster, device for grilling bread

English → Spanish - roster

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s. lista de nombres; rol ejecutivo, calendario de trabajo

English → French - roster

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n. liste, registre; liste des corvées des soldats; liste des tâches réparties selon l'heure et le jour (employés), liste de service

English → German - roster

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n. Dienstplan

English → Indonesian - roster

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n. daftar, les, lis, daftar nama

English → Italian - roster

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s. (Mil) ruolo, ordine di servizio, ruolino; (estens) lista, elenco, quadro

English → Polish - roster

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n. lista

English → Portuguese - roster

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s. lista de plantão

English → Romanian - roster

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n. listă

English → Russian - roster

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с. список, расписание нарядов, расписание дежурств

English → Turkish - roster

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i. liste, nöbet listesi, görev listesi

English → Ukrainian - roster

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n. список, реєстр

English → Dutch - roster

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zn. rooster, lijst

English → Greek - roster

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ουσ. πίνακας με ονόματα, κατάλογος ονομάτων, στρατολογικός κατάλογος

English → Arabic - roster

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‏لائحة، قائمة، جدول الخدمة، دفتر‏
‏سجل في جدول الخدمة‏

English → Chinese - roster

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(名) 执勤人员表; 列入名册的人; 花名册

English → Chinese - roster

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(名) 執勤人員表; 列入名冊的人; 花名冊

English → Japanese - roster

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(名) 勤務当番表; 名簿

English → Vietnamese - roster

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n. lần lượt, sự luân phiên, sổ thăng trật

Definition of roster

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Noun
1. A list of names, usually for an organization of some kind such as military officers and enlisted personnel enrolled in a particular unit; a muster roll; a sports team, with the names of players who are eligible to be placed in the lineup for a particular game; or a list of students officially enrolled in a school or class.
2. A list of the jobs to be done by members of an organization and often with the date/time that they are expected to do them.
The secretary has produced a new cleaning roster for the Church over the remainder of the year.
Verb
3. To place the name of (a person) on a roster.
I have rostered you for cleaning duties on the first Monday of each month.
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