Definition of sabe
1. save [ v ] save from ruin or destructionUsed in print:
(The New York Times,...)
Nor were there any rules to save him .
A compromise will leave both sides without the glow of triumph , but it will save Berlin .
(Louis Zara, Dark Rider....)
He would save her .
If there was a fire or a flood he would save Mama first and Violet next .
(Ann Hebson, The Lattimer Legend....)
I wish our doctor could have saved her '' .Synonyms save salvage relieve salve Related Terms rescue rescuer salvage salvage
2. save [ v ] to keep up and reserve for personal or special use
Examples: : "save something in case you hit trouble."
([Anonymous,] "The Attack on Employee Services"...)
Have you checked the cost of subcontracting your cafeteria operation in_order to save administrative costs ?
You may save valuable production minutes with a change .
(Hugh Kelly and Ted Ziehe, "Glossary Lookup Made Easy"...)
The address * * f and the number of cells required to store the form are written in * * f ; the information cell * * f is saved to represent the text occurrence .
When , as in_this case , the two forms match , the address * * f is saved to represent the occurrence * * f .
When the information cell for * * f has been determined , it is saved as a representation of * * f .Synonyms maintain save preserve conserve keep_up Related Terms keep keep record conserve embalm plastinate hold_the_line care conservation
3. save [ v ] to keep up and reserve for personal or special use
Examples: "She saved the old family photographs in a drawer"
4. save [ v ] make unnecessary an expenditure or effort
Examples: "This will save money" "I'll save you the trouble" "This will save you a lot of time"
(Guy Bolton, The Olympians....)
`` And in the future , since I write for a public of one , I can save the poor publishers from wasting their money '' .Synonyms save make_unnecessary Related Terms prevent
5. save [ v ] spend less; buy at a reduced priceUsed in print:
(Saturday Review, 44: 15...)
Local libraries find , too , that the new plan saves tax dollars because books can be bought through the system , and since the system buys in bulk it is able to obtain larger discounts than would be available to an individual library .
Further money is saved through economy in bookkeeping and clerical detail as the result of central billing .
(The Atlanta Constitution...)
A driver of a dairy truck , who begins work at 1 a. m. finishes before breakfast , then goes_out and grows a garden , and who has used the cannery to save and feed a family of five , asked , `` What in the world will we do '' ?
(Hal Kelly, "Build Hotei"...)
This piece of equipment costs a_little over $ 600 but it will save you that in mooring and hauling fees in a_few years .Synonyms save Related Terms scrimp saver buy
6. save [ v ] bring into safety
Examples: "We pulled through most of the victims of the bomb attack"
(The Providence Journal,...)
Local authorities credited the men with saving the girl 's life .
(Newark Evening News...)
As to protection , the speaker disapproved of shelters , pointing_out that fallout shelters would not save everyone .
Is this a reason for saving no one ?Synonyms save bring_through pull_through carry_through Related Terms rescue savior
7. save [ v ] feather one's nest; have a nest egg
Examples: "He saves half his salary"
(M. Yokoyama et al., "Chemical and serological...)
The saline tubes were saved and used for the indirect_Coombs_test in the following manner .
(Marvin Schiller, "The Sheep's in the Meadow,"...)
My camp made leather wallet , bulky with twisted , raised stitches around the edges , I stuffed with money I had been saving .Synonyms save save_up lay_aside Related Terms squander hoard savings
8. save [ v ] from sins, as in religious dogmaUsed in print:
(Tracts published by American Tract Society,...)
Nor can any man save himself by good works or by a commendable `` moral life '' , although such works are the natural fruits and evidences of a saving faith already received and naturally expressing itself through such avenues .
(Peter Eldersveld, "Faith Amid Fear"...)
He knew that his God would save him from his enemies because He had saved him from his sins .Synonyms redeem save deliver Related Terms religion redemption savior
9. save [ v ] refrain from harmingUsed in print:
(Brand Blanshard, "The Emotive Theory," Robert...)
It appeared that the theory could be saved in one way only .Synonyms spare save Related Terms refrain_from refrain favor sparer
10. save [ v ] spend sparingly, avoid the waste of
Examples: "This move will save money" "The less fortunate will have to economize now"
(Sports Age, 24:9...)
The $ 9.50 for lodging they save .Synonyms save economize economise Related Terms spend conserve tighten_one's_belt economy economy economizer saver
11. save [ v ] retain rights to
Examples: "keep my job for me while I give birth" "keep my seat, please" "keep open the possibility of a merger"
(Newark Evening News,...)
Jones , unhappy that the candidates were limited to eight minutes for a speech and no audience questions , saved his barbs for Mitchell .Synonyms save hold_open keep keep_open Related Terms reserve reserve keep
12. save [ n ] the act of preventing the opposition from scoring (in sports)
Examples: : "the goalie made a brilliant save" "the relief pitcher got credit for a save"
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