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    save
    [sāv]
    verb
    save (verb) · saves (third person present) · saved (past tense) · saved (past participle) · saving (present participle)
    1. keep safe or rescue (someone or something) from harm or danger:
      "she saved a boy from drowning"
      • prevent (someone) from dying:
        "the doctors did everything they could to save him"
      • (in Christian use) preserve (a person's soul) from damnation:
        "church ladies approach me trying to save my soul"
      • keep (someone) in health (used in exclamations and formulaic expressions):
        "God save the Queen"
    2. keep and store up (something, especially money) for future use:
      "she had never been able to save much from her salary" · "you can save up for retirement in a number of ways"
      • preserve (something) by not expending or using it:
        "save your strength till later"
      • NORTH AMERICAN ENGLISH
        informal
        (save it)
        used to tell someone to stop talking:
        "save it, Joey—I'm in big trouble now"
    3. computing
      keep (data) by moving a copy to a storage location, especially from memory:
      "save it to a new file"
    4. avoid the need to use up or spend (money, time, or other resources):
      "save $20 on a new camcorder" · "an efficient dishwasher would save them one year and three months at the sink"
      • avoid, lessen, or guard against:
        "this approach saves wear and tear on the books" · "the statement was made to save the government some embarrassment"
    5. prevent an opponent from scoring (a goal or point) in a game or from winning (the game):
      "the powerful German saved three match points"
      • (of a goalkeeper in soccer and hockey) stop (a shot) from entering the goal.
      • baseball
        (of a relief pitcher in certain game situations) finish (a game) while preserving a winning position gained by another pitcher.
    noun
    save (noun) · saves (plural noun)
    1. baseball
      an instance of a relief pitcher saving a game.
      • (in soccer and hockey) an act of preventing an opponent's scoring:
        "the keeper made a great save"
      • bridge
        another term for sacrifice
    2. computing
      an act of saving data to a storage location, usually the hard drive:
      "the recovery feature enables you to retrieve most of the edits you made since the last save"
    Origin
    Middle English: from Old French sauver, from late Latin salvare, from Latin salvus ‘safe’. The noun dates from the late 19th century.
    save
    [sāv]
    preposition
    1. other than; except for:
      "no one needed to know save herself" · "the dish needs no accompaniment, save a robust red wine" · "the building was empty save for the security guards"
    conjunction
    1. except:
      "little is known of his early life, save that he went to school in Brighton"
    Origin
    Middle English: from Old French sauf, sauve, from Latin salvo, salva (ablative singular of salvus ‘safe’), used in phrases such as salvo jure, salva innocentia ‘with no violation of right or innocence’.
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    verb
    1. keep safe or rescue (someone or something) from harm or danger:
      Opposite:
      • keep and store up (something, especially money) for future use:
        Opposite:
        fritter away
        • avoid the need to use up or spend (money, time, or other resources):
          be (more) economical
          make economies
          scrimp and scrape
          be thrifty
          be frugal
          make cutbacks
          husband one's resources
          cut costs
          cut expenditure
          draw in one's horns
          watch one's pennies
          rake and scrape
          Opposite:
          be extravagant
         
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