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To remove or rescue (someone) from danger or harm
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“The karateka would save Princess Mariko from the evil Akuma.”
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To prevent or protect (something) from being destroyed
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“The family would manage to save some of their sentimental belongings from being lost in their burning home.”
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To store or set aside for future use
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“Heed my advice. Do as I say. Save a little money for a rainy day.”
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To be frugal and not spend one's money
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“He has decided to save for a new, and expensive, digital camera.”
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To preserve (something) by not expending or using it
“I have learned to save my time and energy for more important matters.”
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To avoid, lessen, or guard against
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“Avoiding these simple mistakes will save a lot of trouble in the long run.”
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To set apart for a special use
“I will save these blue suede shoes for a special occasion.”
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To break down and reuse component materials
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To recover something that has been misplaced, stolen, or hidden away
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To make a (video or audio) recording of
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To tell people about (a particular branch of) Christianity, especially in order to convert them
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To keep apart or isolate from others
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To restore (someone) to a state of consciousness
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To save (someone) from sin, error, or evil
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To save from decay by the use of some preservative substance, such as sugar or salt
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To cancel or postpone the punishment of someone, especially an execution
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To contribute in some way to
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(internet, social media) To mark, tag or save something in one's personal list
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To rejuvenate, especially something previously lost, broken, or forgotten
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Make amends for
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To receive, especially in return for effort
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To distribute or apportion by (or as if by) lot
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Conjunction
(also used as preposition) With the exception of
“Only the parties may institute proceedings, save where the law shall provide otherwise.”
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Used to link a semantically weaker word to a semantically stronger word following the adverb, both sharing the same basic meaning, indicating the increased likelihood of the former
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(following a negative clause) Indicating the impossibility of anything other than what is being stated
Preposition
With, or to, the exclusion of
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(in addition to) As well as
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