roster


roster
noun
ADJECTIVE
impressive

The firm has built up an impressive roster of clients over the past ten years.

duty

All names should be listed on the duty roster.

active (AmE)

The team has ten rookies on the active roster.

VERB + ROSTER
fill, fill out (AmE)
make (AmE)

Kelly has an excellent chance of making the opening-day roster.


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