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reserve clause

reserve clause

noun

Definition of RESERVE CLAUSE

:  a clause formerly placed in a professional athlete's contract that reserved for the club the exclusive right automatically to renew the contract and that bound the athlete to the club until retirement or until the athlete was traded or released

First Known Use of RESERVE CLAUSE

1890

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