Predicate: reserve

Roleset id: reserve.01 , hold back, set aside, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

reserve.01: RESERVE-V NOTES: I read the ArgM as modifying either "its rights" or the arg0 "it".Either way, it's not attached to the reserving. Not sure about that, after all. Hopefully a better example will comeup. (from reserve.01-v) RESERVATION-N NOTES: Based on verb entry reserve.01; corresponds to Verbnet class get-13.5.1. (from reservation.01-n) RESERVED-J NOTES: Added by Julia based on reserve-v.01, WordNet. Corresponds to VNcls get-13.5.1. (from reserved.01-j)


reserve (v.)
reservation (n.)
reserved (j.)
make_reservation (l.)


        No examples of attribute found with noun thus far. See verb entry for examples. , (from reservation.01-n)
        Arg0-PAG: reserver, holder back (vnrole: 13.5.1-agent)
        Arg1-PPT: thing reserved (vnrole: 13.5.1-theme)
        Arg2-GOL: benefactive (vnrole: 13.5.1-beneficiary)
        Arg3-PRD: secondary attribute of arg1

Example: reserve-v: just transitive

        Mr. Alito said his office ``just responded to an attorney's question about whether we would go after attorney's fees, and that is different from actually doing it, although we reserve that right.''

        Arg0: we
        Rel: reserve
        Arg1: that right

Example: reserve-v: with benefactive

        That's why Columbia just wrote off $130 million of its junk and reserved $227 million for future junk losses.

        Arg0: Columbia
        Argm-adv: just
        Rel: reserved
        Arg1: $227 million
        Arg2: for future junk losses

Example: reserve-v: attributive, but not arg3

        Gemina said in a statement that ``it reserves the right to take any action to protect its rights as a member of the syndicate.''

        Arg0: it
        Rel: reserves
        Arg1: the right to take any action to protect its rights
        Argm-prd: as a member of the syndicate

Example: ARG0 and ARG2 and ARG3

        but I , but I think he 's at a point now where he 's reserved us of that %um , you know that she may end up going %um to %uh t-

        Argm-loc: [a point][where]
        Arg0: he
        Rel: reserved
        Arg2: us
        Arg3: of that %um , you know that she may end up going %um to %uh t-

Example: make_reservation-l: Within LVC, args 0 & 1

        In one phone call , ski buffs can make hotel and restaurant reservations , buy lift tickets , rent ski equipment and sign up for lessons .

        Arg0: ski buffs
        Argm-mod: can
        Argm-lvb: make
        Arg1: [hotel],[restaurant]
        Rel: reservations

Example: reservation-n: with benefactive

        He made hotel reservations for them.

        Arg0: He
        Argm-lvb: made
        Arg1: hotel
        Rel: reservations
        Arg2: for them

Example: reserved-j: A rule to live by

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        This seat is reserved for someone in a really good mood.

        Arg1: This seat
        Rel: reserved
        Arg2: for someone in a really good mood

Predicate: reserved

Roleset id: reserved.02 , reticent, stoic, using self-restraint, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

reserved.02: RESERVED-J NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT-1, WordNet. (from reserved.02-j)


reserved (j.)Volubility


        Arg1-PAG: stoic one

Example: reserved-j: arg1

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Nice to see that those lacking a religion are now a majority , although thankfully [UK Christians]-1 tend *PRO*-1 to be very reserved and moderate unlike their US counterparts .

        Arg1: *PRO*-1
        Argm-ext: very
        Rel: reserved
        Argm-mnr: unlike their US counterparts

Predicate: reservation

Roleset id: reservation.03 , misgiving, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

reservation.03: RESERVATION-N NOTES:


reservation (n.)
have_reservation (l.)


        Arg0-PAG: entity having misgivings
        Arg1-PPT: about what

Example: have_reservations-l

        I have reservations about going out in the bad weather.

        Arg0: I
        Argm-lvb: have
        Rel: reservations
        Arg1: about going out in the bad weather